The All-Russian center for study of public opinion researched sentiment of people in Yamal
14:09 13 октября 2014
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The All-Russian center for study of public opinion conducted the telephone research among inhabitants of the region. Specialists telephoned to 1200 people from towns and districts of Yamal with different education and level of income.
The level of wealth, leisure and sport were mentioned among problems that arouse anxiety of people in Yamal most of all – 16 percent of respondents. State of road economy arouses anxiety of 15 percent, housing and communal economy and health protection – 11 percent. To a question if prices increased in Yamal in comparison to this spring, 84 percent of respondents answered affirmatively. About 50 percent note that they started limiting themselves in some purchases. 85 percent of respondents did not feel influence of economic sanctions. At that, 78 percent supported sanctions in response from the side of Russia.
The sociologists note that majority of people in Yamal approve policy of the President of Russia. The deputy director of the department of interior policy of Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug Aleksey Ardyshev tells a correspondent of IA «Sever-Press» that in Yamal assessment of activity of the President was always high. During the latest months it even grew together with growth of patriotic sentiment. At that, in Yamal it is even higher than in the country. If in general in the country 88 percent of respondents trust Vladimir Putin, in Yamal this figure makes 95 percent. The level of support of the governor of Yamal also grew. 84 percent of people in Yamal trust Dmitriy Kobylkin. This is the highest level of sociological measurements, which have been conducted since 2010.
In general people of Yamal are happy in their life. 78 percent of respondents informed about it. Men are happier than women. The number of happy people is bigger among students that among public servants, businessmen and managers. By the words of the specialists, the research of September once again confirms that majority of inhabitants of the region are optimists. And 60 percent of respondents believe that their life will become better in the future.