It also became known how long Ukrainians would be able to live on savings in the event of a permanent income loss.
Following the introduction of national quarantine, 35% of Ukrainians continue to work normally, 29% – working remotely, 32% – are on their free leave, and 4% have lost their jobs. Has been reported UNIAN With reference to the results of a survey of the sociological group “ratings”.
It is noted that the study was based on a random selection of mobile numbers in two waves: first – March 25–27, second – 28–30 March between Ukraine’s 18-year-old population and older. A sample of 1 thousand respondents in the first and second wave of the survey. The study error is 4%.
According to the survey, about 80% of respondents worry that Ukraine will experience a complex economic crisis. About half are concerned that they will not be able to buy the required products (52% do not worry). 25% are excited to cancel important events or trips, while three quarters are not concerned about it.
How much savings do Ukrainians have:
60% – Ensure that their savings will be sufficient for less than one month in case of termination of income.
16% – Sufficient savings for up to two months
7% – up to three months
6% – up to six months
3% – up to one year or more
Meanwhile, the European Commission has proposed the introduction of a Ser Less Working Day mechanism to mitigate the economic impact of the Kovid-19 epidemic. This was announced in a video message by European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.
Ursula von der Leyen
European Commission President
The head of the European Commission stated that the mechanism would serve as state support for companies that move workers into a brief program, and would be provided jointly by EU member states.
This is European solidarity in action! @EU_Commission Proposes new short-term action plan that ensures to help the most affected EU countries, including IT and ES. This will save millions of jobs during the crisis and allow us to restart Europe’s economic engine later. pic.twitter.com/wtchbhh0R8
– Ursula von der Leyen (@vonderleyen) 1 April 2020
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