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More than half of Russians are afraid of the diseases their children and loved ones. This is evidenced by the data of the survey “Levada-center”, reports “Interfax”.
According to the survey, the possible ill health of loved ones fear 58 percent of respondents. About half — 51 percent — afraid of the war, and 44 percent of Russians are concerned about the prospect of being unemployed. Poverty and natural disasters forced to worry for the future of 36 and 31 percent of citizens respectively.
The survey was conducted 18-24 July 2019, was attended by 1605 people aged 18 years and older in 50 regions of Russia. Under the terms of the survey, respondents could choose more than one answer.
In August it was reported that the majority of working Russians are not afraid of losing their jobs due to replacement by robots. Among respondents was 73 percent.
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