Russian spending on New Year's gifts disclosed

ResearchMe: 46% of Russians are ready to spend more than 3 thousand rubles on gifts for the New Year (46 percent) are ready to spend more than three thousand rubles on gifts for the New Year. This is stated in a study by Odnoklassniki and ResearchMe, reports TASS.

At the same time, only eight percent of respondents found it difficult to answer how much they are willing to spend for the New Year holidays. Last year, 20 percent of the respondents were undecided about spending on gifts.

“It turned out that 46 percent of respondents are ready to spend more than three thousand rubles on gifts: every fifth (25 percent) – from three to five thousand rubles, 11 percent – from five to seven thousand, five percent – from seven to nine thousand and five percent – more than nine thousand rubles “, – will be specified in the study.

At the same time, almost half of the respondents (45 percent) plan to purchase gifts in regular stores, another 34 percent will buy them in supermarkets. In online marketplaces and online stores, 26 percent of Russians gathered to look for gifts for loved ones.

Among the most desired gifts, Russians named money (30 percent), electronics and smartphones (18 percent each). 16 percent of respondents want to receive cosmetics, perfumery and personal care products as a gift, another 15 percent dream of traveling.

1054 people from different cities of Russia took part in the study.

Previously Santa Claus from a Moscow estate said that modern children ask for gadgets for the New Year. “They are asking for what they are, the stupid word is“ gadgets ”. And toys are only changing, becoming more cybernetic-electric. And so, dolls, sweets … And the parents are all a loan, but a loan, “- said Santa Claus. At the same time, adults most often ask him for an apartment in Moscow or St. Petersburg.