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Among the residents of Russia more than those who are not hoping for any change in the country in the next five years (41 percent) than those who share the optimistic (35 percent) or pessimistic views (24 per cent), reported RIA Novosti in the research holding “ROMIR”.
Absolute confidence in the occurrence of positive changes was expressed by 7 percent of respondents.
Optimistic views on the near future often expressed by young people aged 18 to 24 years (40 percent) than those over 60 years (25 percent).
In assessing his personal life, the Russians often talk about the absence of preconditions to any kind of changes (42 percent). However, slightly more of those who still looks at this sphere with optimism.
“The driver of a positive attitude again became young people — 72 percent of respondents 18-24 years waiting for the next five years positive changes in his life,” the researchers note.
The survey was conducted in October. It was attended by fifteen thousand adult respondents from all Federal districts of the country.
Earlier, on 22 November, it was reported that according to the poll, 84 percent of Russians consider themselves happy people. A source of positive feelings from life respondents are twice as likely to have indicated family than health and a good job.
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