About half of Russians (48%) are generally satisfied with their lives. This is evidenced by the results of a study by VTsIOM on the topic of social well-being of Russian citizens.
The life satisfaction index was 47 points, which corresponds to the indicator of November 2020. A quarter of the respondents said that they were not completely satisfied with their life, and 26% shared that they were generally not satisfied with anything. & Nbsp;
About 76% of respondents assessed the financial situation of their family as average or good, 23% consider it bad. At the same time, citizens' views on the economic crisis in the country are pessimistic – more than 60% believe that the most difficult times for the country are ahead. About 16% of respondents are confident that Russia is experiencing difficulties at the present time, and 18% said that the problems are over.
Earlier, expert Nikolai Pereslavsky said that the likelihood of galloping inflation in Russia under current conditions is not high.