Almost three quarters (73%) of the respondents estimate that Finnish companies should close down in Russia due to the war in Ukraine. One in ten respondents did not make such a claim to companies.
According to the survey, most Finns are also ready to help Ukraine and Ukrainians.
Only 11% of respondents said they were not ready to help and 11% said they did not have an opinion, as many as 78% of respondents were ready to help. Almost half (49%) of respondents said they have or are willing to donate money, 28% that they have or are willing to donate products, 3% that they have or are willing to accommodate Ukrainians in their homes and 28% that they have or are willing to help in other ways.
The proportion of women who had donated or are willing to donate money was 55 per cent and that of men 42 per cent. People over the age of 70, residents of the metropolitan area and highly educated people were also more willing than average to donate money to Ukraine.
The willingness to donate was high especially among the supporters of the Greens, low among the supporters of Basic Finns.
Defendants also expressed support for the decision to supply arms and medical assistance to a country under military attack in Russia. About 85% of those who thought so thought that the aid had been sufficient and the other half that it had been insufficient.
Only five percent of respondents estimate that the government made the wrong decision in helping Ukraine.
Kantar TNS interviewed 1,081 people on 25-30 March. March.
Aleksi Teivainen – HT
Source: The Nordic Page