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VTSIOM: more than 80 percent of Russians consider themselves happy

In Russia "index of happiness" is at a fairly good level.

18.Apr.16 11:15 AM
By Abigail Richards


VTSIOM: more than 80 percent of Russians consider themselves happy
More than 80 percent of Russians consider themselves happy. Thus, according to the survey, which was conducted by specialists of all-Russian center for public opinion research, to date, most of the residents of the Russian Federation, namely 83%, consider themselves happy. While sociologists say that now the index of happiness in the country is kept at the maximum level for the last 25 years.

According to VTSIOM experts, first of all, feel happy and Russians aged 18-25 years, among them positive, over ninety percent, the representatives of the wealthy category of citizens 90 percent of people with higher education, 89 per cent.

In addition, it was noted that many Russians have said that every day in their environment is becoming more people who are enjoying life, the situation is getting better.

Also during the survey it was found that it does not allow Russians to enjoy life. It turns out that 35% believe that it's all in the family wealth, 21 per cent in children and grandchildren, and 18% in health. Also Russians associate happiness with luck, good job, education, new friends.

It is worth noting that last year's "happiness index" in Russia was much lower.

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