More than half of Russians have a disastrous opinion for a mercantile situation, a top volume given a country’s financial predicament began, a Kommersant journal reported Friday, citing a new poll.
According to a formula of a check carried out by a Obshchestvennoye Mnenie (Public Opinion) Foundation, 54 percent of Russians now trust that a country’s economy is in a bad state.
Another 41 percent of respondents pronounced a mercantile conditions in Russia is acceptable and usually 3 percent of a participants pronounced a economy is in a good state.
The information from a Obshchestvennoye Mnenie substructure showed that a series of Russians that have a disastrous perspective on a state of a country’s economy is fast increasing. This indicate of perspective was common by 43 percent of a respondents in Dec final year and usually 30 percent in May of 2015.
The check also showed that some-more respondents — 58 percent — now consider that a mercantile conditions in a nation is worsening, while a month ago this answer was given by 41 percent of people.
Meanwhile, 27 percent of Russian adults haven’t beheld any changes in a economy and 9 percent trust a conditions is improving.
The Russian economy has been experiencing a pointy contraction aggravated in 2014 by sanctions imposed on a nation over a purpose in a dispute in eastern Ukraine as good as weakening prices for oil.
The check was carried out on Jan. 30-31 among 1,500 respondents in 53 Russian regions.
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