Residents of Russia are most concerned about rising prices and the impoverishment of the population. These are the results of the survey “Levada-center”, published on its website on Thursday, August 31.
Relevant answers was chosen by 61 percent and 45 percent of study participants. According to the publication, prices and poverty most disturbing of all are the Russians the last five years.
In August of 2017 respondents were also concerned about unemployment (33 per cent), corruption (as much) and the economy (28 percent).
Slightly less popular were the options “unavailability of many types of medical care” (26 per cent) and “sharp stratification on rich and poor, unfair income distribution” (25 percent).
Of the respondents are dissatisfied with the “crisis of morality, culture, morality” and the deteriorating state of the environment (15 and 14 percent). Fewer Russians are concerned about the war in the East of Ukraine, the threat of terrorist attacks and Western sanctions.
A study designed to determine what the problems of our society, the Russians consider the most acute, was held from 18 to 22 August. It was attended by 1,600 people from 137 communities of the country. The error does not exceed 3.4 percent.