Thursday, August 17, 2017

Life satisfaction level of Yekaterinburg citizens drops slightly

A July report from Rosgosstrakh's Strategic Research Center shows that the life satisfaction level of Russian citizens dropped two percent from the previous month to 85 percent.

The report shows that the life satisfaction level of some executives in managerial positions and their deputies, as well as business proprietors and co-proprietors came, to 90 percent in July and 91 percent in June. The life satisfaction level of consumers who can afford to buy a new house or flat was up to 100 percent, in comparison to 98 percent in June, Ural Business Consulting reports.

Residents of Moscow and St. Petersburg claim the highest life satisfaction level at 80 percent. Chelyabinks comes in at 76 percent and Yekaterinburg at 79 percent.

Throughout the country, 54 percent of the population feels assured in terms of their future, a percentage that was four percent higher in June. The number is higher in the cities of Tyumen and Yekaterinburg, where optimism about the future is at 66 percent and 64 percent respectively. The number is lower in Moscow, where only 61 percent of citizens feel assured about their future, Ural Business Consulting reports.