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Residents ORDO complain about the deterioration of living standards

Жители ОРДЛО жалуются на ухудшение уровня жизниAbout half of the residents beyond the control of Kiev territories of Donbass state the deterioration of living standards over the last year.

Most of the residents of separatist-controlled Donbass say that over the past year their lives have deteriorated. This is evidenced by submitted Thursday, April 25, the results of a survey conducted by the Democratic initiatives Fund.

So, 49% of respondents at KPVV in the Donbass claim that their life in the past 12 months, has deteriorated. While 16% said that life had become unbearable, and 33% can still cope with the deterioration of living conditions. However, 39% said that living conditions have not changed, and 10% felt positive changes. The rest did not answer.

Most often, the respondents reported threats of a military nature and limitation of fast and free movement between settlements (48% and 42%, respectively).

In addition, respondents are concerned about the social and legal nature. So, 25% said that they find it difficult to support their families, 23% have difficulty obtaining medical care, 16% and 14% indicate difficulties in finding work and receiving fair wages. 24% face problems to protect their property from criminals, and 17% experience problems due to abuse of power (threats, extortion of bribes) by officials from both sides of the demarcation line, 20% acknowledged difficulties in communicating with relatives.

However, the study showed that although 44% of citizens surveyed at KPVV, often faced with the problem of receiving pensions and other social payments, but only 23% recognized that this problem remains unsolvable.

Less successful, according to respondents at KPVV, is progress in the solution of problems connected with registration of various documents (faced with the problem of 49%, it has remained unsolved for 38%)”.

The survey was conducted from 4 to 23 March, among 800 respondents in the control points of entry and exit in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions: Gnutovo, Novotroitsk, Maori, Village Lugansk.Most of the residents of separatist-controlled Donbass say that over the past year their lives have deteriorated. This is evidenced by submitted Thursday, April 25, the results of a survey conducted by the Democratic initiatives Fund.

So, 49% of respondents at KPVV in the Donbass claim that their life in the past 12 months, has deteriorated. While 16% said that life had become unbearable, and 33% can still cope with the deterioration of living conditions. However, 39% said that living conditions have not changed, and 10% felt positive changes. The rest did not answer.

Most often, the respondents reported threats of a military nature and limitation of fast and free movement between settlements (48% and 42%, respectively).

In addition, respondents are concerned about the social and legal nature. So, 25% said that they find it difficult to support their families, 23% have difficulty obtaining medical care, 16% and 14% indicate difficulties in finding work and receiving fair wages. 24% face problems to protect their property from criminals, and 17% experience problems due to abuse of power (threats, extortion of bribes) by officials from both sides of the demarcation line, 20% acknowledged difficulties in communicating with relatives.

However, the study showed that although 44% of citizens surveyed at KPVV, often faced with the problem of receiving pensions and other social payments, but only 23% recognized that this problem remains unsolvable.

Less successful, according to respondents at KPVV, is progress in the solution of problems connected with registration of various documents (faced with the problem of 49%, it has remained unsolved for 38%)”.

The survey was conducted from 4 to 23 March, among 800 respondents in the control points of entry and exit in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions: Gnutovo, Novotroitsk, Maori, Village Lugansk.

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