Over 40% of Ukrainians say quality of public medicine has worsened over past two years
About 43% of Ukrainians surveyed have noted deterioration in the quality of public medicine over the past two years, with 11% saying it has improved, according to a survey conducted by the Rating sociological group in November-December 2017.
According to the study, 38% of respondents believe that nothing has changed in the level of quality of public health services, and 8% found it difficult to answer.
At the same time, sociologists note that the number of those who speak about deterioration in this sphere has decreased over the past year.
According to the poll, 54% of respondents know their family doctor or therapist, 45% do not know. The greatest awareness is observed among women and elder people.
A total of 1,200 respondents aged over 18 years were interviewed.