63% of Poles fear financial problems in connection with the Russia-Ukraine war, up by 2% from April, a survey by Deloitte revealed on June 29.
53% said their main fears concerned politics (-8%), while 38% named social issues (-3%).
Various fears related to the war were named by 95% of the respondents, 12% of this group saying they were only slightly troubled by the conflict (-4%), 29% voicing moderate fears and 37% strong fears (-4%).
Among the major fears were fuel price hikes (69%), rising heating costs (65%, +3%) and rising food prices (59%, +2%).
Simultaneously, the percentage of respondents fearing the coronavirus pandemic has gone down from 27% to 18%, down by 27% from February, Deloitte said. (The First News/Business World Magazine)