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Illustration for news: HSE Survey: Russians Expect to Return to Normal Life after the Pandemic

HSE Survey: Russians Expect to Return to Normal Life after the Pandemic

During the pandemic, most Russians have been concerned with the health of their families, parents, and friends, as well as their own financial well-being. These are the findings of a survey conducted by the HSE Institute for Public Administration and Governance. At the same time, Russian citizens are least worried about potential food shortages. This is what makes them fundamentally different from Americans, British, German, and Chinese people, who are more worried about food supplies.

74%

of Russian parents help their school-age children with their homework, or even do it with them.

35%

of Russians currently expect that Russia’s economy will worsen next year. In the second quarter of 2015, 27% of respondents held this opinion. 

20,400 roubles

was the average monthly earnings of a full-time student who worked alongside university study in 2014.

82%

of Russians believe that they can influence what takes place in the buildings and courtyards where they live.

53%

of Russians believe that the right to free health care is the most important of all the rights and liberties that citizens enjoy in our country.

74%

of Russians believe that most scientists want to work on problems that make life better for the average person.

41%

of Russians aged 25-64 years who are receiving continuing education are doing so for general development or to follow their passions.

31%

of Russians believe that science is too complicated for people who are untrained. They also believe that reading news on the world of science is pointless, as people will not understand regardless.