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Most Russians Believe that it is Necessary to Keep Money in the Bank
December 11, 2017 22:40


(Source: http://virtualbrest.by/news37616.php)

Most Russians believe that it is necessary to keep money in the bank, and not spend it. This is evidenced by the results of a survey conducted by the All-Russian Center for the Study of Public Opinion (VCIOM).

According to the poll, more than a half of the citizens (57 percent) prefer to keep money on the bank account. At the same time, 73 percent of respondents vote for saving money and reducing daily expenses.

In general, for a year the attitude of Russians towards the banks changed for the better. In January, 41 percent of citizens considered optimal to deposit money, and 67 percent noted the need to save money. At the same time, only 28 percent of respondents think about the need to take money from the bank, it is expedient to spend 20 percent more quickly on spending their wages or retiring the pension.

In VCIOM they noted that consumer and credit trust of Russians approached the pre-crisis indicators. The index of credit trust has exceeded the level of the last two years, but more than two thirds of Russians are not ready to take large loans yet. The fact that now is the right time for loans for large amounts is considered by 18 percent of the respondents.


Sources: http://lenta.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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