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About half of Russians said that among their friends there are practically no families that can be called dysfunctional. This is evidenced by the results of a survey of the all-Russia centre of studying of public opinion (VTSIOM), published on the website of the organization.
According to the survey, 52 percent of Russians do not have friends from disadvantaged families. In 45 percent of such friends is, however, 29 per cent of these are isolated cases. Only 16 percent of Russians claim that they have such examples in the environment most.
The main criteria for dysfunctional family of the respondents cited the low level of life and lack of money for Essentials. Reason 17 percent of respondents believe high unemployment, and 12 percent alcoholism and drug addiction.
To reduce the number of dysfunctional families in the country are offered primarily to combat unemployment (24%), increase of salaries, pensions and living standards of people (11 per cent). In addition, eight percent of the respondents offering to provide financial assistance, seven percent — to strengthen the control of the guardianship, four percent — to reduce alcoholism and drug abuse and to educate young people.
The survey was conducted July 5, 2018. The study involved the Russians at the age from 18 years. Survey method – telephone interviews in a stratified random sample of dibasic landline and mobile numbers 1,600 respondents.
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