According to the Social Monitoring think tank director Dmytro Dmytruk, 32% of respondents believe the reforms are too slow, with 40% saying there are no reforms at all.
The level of trust Ukrainians have in government and business has dwindled significantly.
The major problem for Ukrainians is the war in Donbas, with 73.8% saying this in Aug. 2015 and 62% in November.
Two thirds believe the material standing of their families is unsatisfactory, 30% describe it as low and 38% as below average.
Such poll results confirm readiness of Ukrainians to launch protests, UNIAN reports Nov. 20.