MOSCOW, June 10. /TASS/. Nearly half (49%) of Russians polled by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center have stated that they are satisfied with their standard of living, while 22% claimed the opposite and over a quarter (28%) said they are partly satisfied, the polling center informed TASS.
The poll was held among 1,600 Russian citizens over 18 years of age via a phone interview.
According to the poll, the social well-being of Russians has generally improved in May. Around 54% of Russians estimate the economic situation in Russia as "average". About 13% of respondents have assessed the economic situation as "higher than average", while 28% said the opposite ("lower than average").
The majority of respondents (61%) noted that their family’s financial situation is average, a quarter (25%) claimed it is bad, while 14% stated that it is higher than average.
A third of those polled (31%) thinks that the country is on the right track, 41% partly agree with this statement and a quarter (25%) disagree.