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The majority of Russians need additional funds to get wages, RIA Novosti reported, citing a study of online service-crediting “Robot Timer”.
According to the survey, only 25 percent of citizens earned enough money for a month, and five percent of them even manage to make savings.
It is noted that an additional ten thousand rubles need 40 percent of Russians, in six-eight thousands 6.8 per cent, one thousand rubles is not enough to 11.4 percent, three or four thousand to 10.2 percent.
The study was conducted from 1 to 14 July 2019 throughout Russia. It was attended by 1.5 thousand respondents over 21 years. Method — a random distribution of questions to the email addresses of customers of the company.
Earlier it was reported that the Russians have more to save on everyday expenses — focus on the action and choose a more budget shops.
According to Rosstat, real income of Russians fall 2014. In 2017, they decreased by 1.7 percent, in 2018 — by 0.2%. In 2019, the revenues continued to fall in January, a decline of 1.3 percent. This is the most protracted income decline in Russia’s recent history.
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