75% of citizens of Ukraine limited expenses on food for the family as a result of an economic crisis. Results of poll which presented on a press - conferences in Kiev on February 13 the director of National institute of strategic researches Yury Ruban testify to it, transfers radio "Svoboda".
According to poll, 63% of respondents told that they and their family had to limit expenses on food as a result of an economic crisis. 12% noted that they cut down expenses rather, than didn't reduce. Thus didn't reduce expense for food of 19% of respondents and "didn't reduce" - 6% rather.
47% of respondents told that felt delays in January with payments from the state budget of salaries, pensions, grants or other social payments.
77% of respondents told that felt a point of an economic crisis within the last month, and 13% noted that felt rather, than didn't feel.
According to poll, 62% of respondents don't believe that the government will provide timely and full payments from the state budget of salaries, pensions, grants and social payments. 80% of respondents don't believe that municipal tariffs for the population won't grow in 2009, and 63% consider that Yulia Timoshenko's government isn't capable to overcome an economic crisis during the near future.
Surveys conducted to order National institute of strategic researches by a method of telephone interview. The general selection of respondents makes 600 respondents. The error of selection is greatest possible makes 4%. Surveys conducted on February 10-12 in 2009