Russians called Moscow the city of opportunities for education and work

Russians called Moscow the city of opportunities for education and work

As shown by the results of the survey for the last four years every third Respondent visited the capital.

MOSCOW, September 8. /TASS/. The majority of Russians considers that in Moscow more opportunities for education (56%) and finding a good job (52%) than in the other cities and regions of Russia. This is evidenced by data survey of the national center for the study of public opinion (VTSIOM), published on the website of the organization.

“Moscow is a city of opportunities associated with the study (56% of respondents agree that the capital is more likely to get a good education than in other regions of the country), work (52%) and wealth (50%), whereas in other areas the advantages of the metropolis is not clear,” the message reads.

More than a third (36%) of respondents felt that outside capital can be interesting and rich to spend leisure time. Almost half (45%) believes that in other cities of Russia the same opportunities to do business, as well as in Moscow. The Russians also do not believe that in Moscow the best conditions for the expression of their political position (67%), creating a happy family (66%), children (57%). The least attractive for Russians, Moscow seems from the point of view of ecology (78%), as well as solutions to health problems (52%).

However, capital remains the point of attraction for the Russians.

So, at least once in Moscow was visited by 76% of respondents, and for the last four years — every third Respondent (31%).

Most of the associations that causes Moscow the Russians, descriptive: capital (31%), Red square (13%), Kremlin (12%). The main advantages of the city respondents took the beauty (12%), and the shortcomings — of the tube (4%) and vanity (4%).

“Moscow is increasing in recent years, their positioning in comparison with other regions as an educational center, a potential employer, a launch pad for business. Not just conservation, and a significant increase in the pace of infrastructure changes in the coming years is the challenge, which will first have to consider the Moscow authorities in the formation of development strategies of the territory”, — commented the results of a survey practice leader of information policy and communication technologies VTSIOM Kirill Rodin.