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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Poll: two-thirds of Russians believe the most acute problems of inflation and poverty


A survey conducted in July by the center ROMIR sociological poll, the majority of Russians currently consider the most acute problems in the country, rising prices, inflation (70%), and poverty and low wages (66%). 41% of respondents are also concerned about unemployment (in 2014, the acute problem it was considered 31%).

Statistics ROMIR regions also detects that almost every Federal district respondents were named among the most acute problems of poverty and rising prices. The highest in the indicators on the most acute problems were in the Northwest district to poverty and inflation, 66% of respondents added corruption.

In the southern Federal district there is an acute problem of unemployment (agree 52%), in the Volga — crime (28%), Ural — housing problems (35%), in the Siberian FD is the delay of salaries (20%). Residents of the Far East among other pressing problems called drug addiction (35%) and corruption (53%).

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