Yekaterinburg Residents’ Life Satisfaction Level Comes to 79% in July

8 August 2012 (09:13)

In July, the life satisfaction level of Russian citizens dropped by 2% on the previous month and came to 85%, Rosgosstrakh’s Strategic Research Center says.

As for certain categories of people, the life satisfaction level of some executives in managerial positions and their deputies, as well as of business proprietors and co-proprietors came to 90% in July and to 91% in June. Among those well-off consumers who can afford to buy a new house or a flat, life satisfaction level comes to 100% against 98% in June.

Moscow and Saint Petersburg residents’ life satisfaction level is the highest and stands at 80%, the figure for Chelyabinsk comes to 76%, and the figure for Yekaterinburg comes to 79%.

54% of the country’s population feel assured in terms of their future (the figure was 4% higher in June). The share of such optimists stands at 66% in Tyumen and Yekaterinburg, at 64% in Saint Petersburg and Chelyabinsk, and at only 61% in Moscow.

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