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Almost half of Russians (40 percent) said their main children’s fear of the dark. This follows from a survey of the project “Children Mail.ru” reports TASS.
According to the survey, both men and women were afraid in the childhood the same things. The height of the feared 17% of respondents, insects 15 percent, making them 15 percent dogs, 13 percent. Another seven percent were afraid of the Queen of spades.
In Mail.ru noted that the Russians in childhood was also afraid of aliens, clowns, dolls and water. Among the most unusual responses was Santa Claus and the teacher.
At the same time Russians began to associate Friday the 13th with health — 96 percent did not notice poor health. Four percent reported symptoms of SARS, migraines, and abdominal pain. Some chronic disease deteriorated.
Earlier it became known that more than half of Russians (58 per cent) fear diseases your children and loved ones. 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.
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