The largest minority in Poland. Ukrainians in Poland - what do we know about them?
About 3 millions of Ukrainians currently live in Poland. 30% of them arrived before February 24 2022, 70% arrived after the beginning of the full scale invasion of the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine.
63% are satisfied with their current situation in Poland.
Among the refugees from the war, 93% are women, 54% with higher education, 63% with minor children, 51% is working, 20% is planning to stay in Poland for more than 2 years.
Primarily needs are help in learning Polish language (48%), financial help (46%), help in finding a job (36%), health care (30%), psychological assistance (28%) among those who arrived after the start of active hostilities.
95% of Ukrainians currently living in Poland are learning or planning to start learning Polish.
In general, 61% of Ukrainians in Poland work, while 62% of working people do not meet their qualifications.
The main current emotional states of the "new" Ukrainians are fatigue, loneliness, constant tension, but at the same time security, support and peace.
83% of parents of school-age children said that in September their children will go to Polish schools. At the same time, 39% have problems with adaptation in Poland.
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