What Should Turkey Do in the Ukraine-Russia War?

The Ukraine-Russia war also greatly affected neighboring countries. As in every neighboring country, it has become a matter of curiosity how the effect of the war will be in Turkey. Another curious development was how Turkey would take a position in the war.

In the 9th week of Turkey Monitor, voters’ concerns were investigated about the war, its impact on Turkey and how Turkey should take a position.

75.2% of the respondents stated that they were very worried/worried about the war. The rate of those who stated that they were not worried/worried at all was 9.5%. In party basis analysis, it was remarkable that the most worried group was in the CHP, IYI Party, and HDP groups compared to other party groups. The rate of those who were very worried/worried in the CHP group was 77.9%, 77.2% in the IYI Party, and 88% in the HDP.

Secondly, the effect of the war on Turkey was asked in the research. 73.1% of the participants stated that Turkey would be affected very negatively/negatively by the war. In party basis analysis, the rate of those who stated that they would be affected very negatively/negatively was higher in CHP, IYI Party, and HDP groups. While the rate of those who stated that they would be affected very negatively/negatively in the CHP group was 71.5%, this rate was 77.2% in the IYI Party and 75.9% in the HDP.

In the last part of the research, voters were asked what Turkey should do in the Ukraine-Russia war. The vast majority, 78.2% of the participants, stated that Turkey should be neutral. The rate of those who said Turkey should be on the side of NATO was 19.4%, while the rate of those who said Turkey should side with Russia was 2.4%.

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