According to a November survey by the Public Opinion Foundation, just over half of Russians (56%) consider their wealth to be average. The rest of the respondents were divided almost evenly: between those who considered their financial situation “good” (23%) and those who considered it unsatisfactory (19%).

A quarter of Russians consider their wealth “good”, a fifth – low

It should be noted that the majority of young people between the ages of 18 and 30 are satisfied with their “wealth” (36% of this age category are optimistic about their finances, Interfax notes with reference to the FOM report).

But among those dissatisfied with their financial situation, the majority are middle-aged and older people (exactly a quarter of those surveyed with negative answers are between 46 and 60 years old).

The survey also showed the dynamics of evaluating one’s own financial well-being.

However, the majority of Russians do not see significant changes (66%) and do not expect more changes (38%).

Only 7% of those surveyed have improved their financial position in the last two or three months. For 25%, things only got worse.

At the same time, 16% of those surveyed believe that things will get worse next year. Still, 21% of Russians expect changes for the better.

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In total, 1,500 people over the age of 18 took part in the survey in 104 settlements of the Russian Federation from 53 regions.

Author:

Ekaterina Alipova

Source: RB

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