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Muscovites believe the most inhospitable area of the capital, Lublin, showed the survey conducted by the portal Domofond. The study materials are at the disposal of edition”.ru”.
The survey respondents — more than four thousand people were asked to rate on a 10-point scale of statements that characterize the safety, cleanliness, environment, public transportation, quiet, roads and Parking, infrastructure, neighbors, public services and other options in different areas of the city.
According to the study, the worst the city had recognized the Lublin district — he received a minimum combined rating: 5.2 points out of a possible ten. Respondents noted that local courts are dirty, district service utilities work badly as public transport, and the quality of the Lublin air leaves much to be desired. The bottom ten also included (in ascending order) the district of Kuzminki, Dmitrov, BIRJULEVO Western, Ryazan, Zyablikovo, Printers, West Degunino Eastern Degunino and Yaroslavl.
The best of life of Muscovites considered Strogino: the district scored 8.9 points. In second place on the leaderboard Khoroshevsky district with 8.5 points, and the third — Krylatskoe with 8.3 points. From him slightly behind Ramenki. In addition to these, the top 10 included the areas Golovinsky, Academic, South Butovo, Lomonosov, Mitino, Troparevo-Nikulino.
In General, the respondents rated the quality of life in the capital is 7.2 points — 0.6 points higher than the national average. For the year average rating of city residents fell by 0.4 points, according to the materials Domofond.
Earlier in November it became known that Moscow entered the top 10 Russian cities with the good people. The first place of this rating was taken in Saint Petersburg.
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