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Pessimistic expectations regarding their well-being during the year show 63% of Russians. Such results revealed in the survey of the Ranepa, the contents of which lead to “Izvestia”.
Any changes in income do not expect 25 percent of the citizens, and only 6 percent of respondents said their material well-being will improve in one way or another.
The survey results indicate that a negative evaluation is still dominated by the moods of the citizens. So, the threat of a pandemic of mers for the economy as a significant continue to evaluate 69% of respondents. Less than half of Russians believe that the spread of infection poses a risk to their material wealth.
As said one of the authors of the survey, head of the laboratory of methodology of the Federal research, Ranepa Dmitry Rogozin, the results of five monitoring which was conducted from the beginning of the pandemic, significant changes in the attitudes of the citizens there.
The researcher also pointed out that increases the uncertainty range of such negative economic effects like reduction of employment, rising unemployment and falling incomes.
At the same time, the overall level of concern of Russians negative impact of the pandemic COVID-19 for the economy and their financial situation gradually began to decline.
Earlier it was reported that, according to the study “Rosgosstrakh Life,” the Russians have experienced falling incomes due to the pandemic. Every fifth inhabitant of the country admitted a substantial drop in income during the pandemic, one in ten reported a complete loss of earnings. A third of respondents admitted that they were forced to give up spending on small pleasures because of the crisis. The proportion of citizens whose average monthly income is less than 15 thousand rubles increased from 38,1 to 44.6 percent.
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