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Consumer status

This survey took place between 18 and 21 December 2015 and was conducted throughout all of Russia in both urban and rural settings. The survey was carried out among 1600 people over the age of 18 in 137 localities of 48 of the country’s regions.  The survey was conducted as a personal interview in respondents’ homes. The answer distribution is presented as percentages of the number of participants along with data from previous surveys. The statistical error of these studies does not exceed 3.4%.

TO WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING GROUPS DO YOU MOST LIKELY BELONG?*       

 

1. We don’t have enough money even for food.

2. We have enough money for food but not for clothing.

3. We have enough money for food and clothing. More expensive purchases, like a television or refrigerator, are problematic.

4. We can afford certain expensive items, like a television or refrigerator, but can’t afford a car.

5. We can afford a car but I can’t say that money isn’t tight.

6. We don’t have to deny ourselves anything.

Dec.15

3

14

58

23

3

<1

Dec.14

3

13

51

29

4

<1

Dec.13

3

13

55

26

4

<1

Dec.12

6

19

54

18

2

<1

Dec.11

5

21

48

22

3

1

Dec.10

8

24

55

13

1

Dec.09

10

28

49

13

<1

Dec.08

9

28

45

18

1

Dec.07

11

27

46

16

<1

Dec.06

11

28

46

14

1

Dec.05

10

30

48

12

<1

Dec.04

15

36

41

7

1

Dec.03

17

36

33

12

1

Dec.02

16

45

33

7

<1

Dec.01

22

42

29

6

<1

Dec.00

29

44

22

5

<1

Dec.99

34

43

20

3

<1

Dec.98

42

42

13

3

<1

* Before 2011, this scale consisted of five positions; after 2011, the fifth position was expanded into two.

Translated by Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (formerly  Monterey Institute of International Studies).

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