Russians spend less on entertainment – survey

Russians spend less on entertainment – survey


More than half of Russians (57.7%) have started saving more this year, primarily on large purchases, entertainment and travel. At the same time, Russian citizens save less on education than on food and medical treatment, according to the results of a survey conducted by the online platform Webbankir.

According to the study, only 10% of respondents said that they do not limit themselves in spending.

About 53.8% of respondents save on large purchases, about 50% – on entertainment, 44% – on travel. Another third of respondents began to spend less on gifts, almost the same amount on various everyday goods.

The survey participants save the least on transport (19.2%), rental housing (15.7%), food (13.7%) and treatment (7.7%). At the same time, only 5.8% of respondents have reduced or are ready to reduce training costs.

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