Humiliation of men, what can be the consequences of it?

Humiliation of men, what can be the consequences of it?

The mood of Ukrainians in the week from May 4th until May 8th 2020.
Representative sample size - 600 respondents

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According to the results of this survey, sociologists recorded the lowest level of hope among the respondents this month. Hope is an expectation of positive changes in ones life and an indicator of people's confidence in tomorrow chart

If you look at the dynamics of the reasons for optimism (hope): it is clear that confidence in the future falls mainly due to a decrease in hope connected to work and personal life situations.

The dynamics of the reasons for the hope among Ukrainians:

Survey data conducted by the sociological research of the OMF Foundation
From April 17th to May 8th 2020
Representative sample size of each survey - 600 respondents.

What is the source of your hope?

The dynamics of the reasons for negative emotions among Ukrainians:

Survey data conducted by the sociological research of the OMF Foundation between
From April 17th to May 8th 2020
Representative sample size of each survey - 600 respondents.

What is the source of your fear?

What is the source of your humiliation?

Men and Women

In previous surveys, men were much more optimistic than women, the difference in responses between the two genders was 5-6 points in favor of men. In the latest survey, this difference completely disappeared — exactly 44.3% of both men and women lived in the week of May 4–8 with the hope for tomorrow.

What emotion is prevalent in your life today?

Researchers at the foundation noticed a traditional "difference" in negative emotions between the genders - every third woman (36.7% of all women) lives in constant fear of tomorrow. Every third man (30.7% of all men) is humiliated because of the conditions of their life.

In the week of May 4th to May 8th, Ukrainian men reached the highest level of humiliation for the month, this figure was 5 points higher than it was usually in April 2020. During the previous three polls, this figure was 25-26% of all men.

Generations

Young people (18-29 years old) continue to be the generation with the highest level of hope for tomorrow. However humiliation is increasing.

Among Ukrainians aged 30-44, the level of fear rose sharply - from 22% on April 17th to 37.4% on May 8th.

The most constant numbers among generations had the oldest generation - these are Ukrainians who are 60 years or older. The number of people of this age looking into tomorrow with hope has even increased slightly compared to the previous week.

The mood dynamics of Ukrainians ages 18-29

Survey data conducted by the sociological group of the OMF Foundation

The mood dynamics of Ukrainians ages 30-44

Survey data conducted by the sociological group of the OMF Foundation

The mood dynamics of Ukrainians ages 45-59

Survey data conducted by the sociological group of the OMF Foundation

The mood dynamics of Ukrainians ages 60 and older

Survey data conducted by the sociological group of the OMF Foundation

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