Three quarters of Latvian residents "very concerned" about Ukraine

76.1 percent of Latvia's residents are very concerned about Russia's war in Ukraine, according to the "Stress Thermometer" survey carried out by Benu Aptiekas pharmacies, the LETA newswire reported September 10.

This indicator has slightly decreased since the spring, as in May 84.6 percent of respondents said that they had high concerns about Russia's war in Ukraine.

According to the latest survey, average level of concerns was observed among 14 percent of respondents (up from 7.8 percent in May), while 9.9 percent reported low level of anxiety (up from 7.5 percent in May).

The concern level for women was higher as 80 percent of women reported high or very high concerns, while 70 percent of men reported high level of concerns.

Gemius pollster interviewed 1,518 respondents for the survey.

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