A recent survey found that 68.5 percent of respondents believe Poland has played the most important role in supporting Ukraine during Russia's invasion.
Meanwhile, 67.4 percent of those polled identified the United States as the biggest supporter of Ukraine, and 45.5 percent mentioned Britain.
The new nationwide face-to-face survey, carried out by the Razumkov research agency for the Democratic Initiatives Fund, provides an insight into how Ukrainians view Russia’s full-scale invasion and how they evaluate domestic and international leaders.
Radio Poland's Halyna Pastushuk has the details.
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