Above all, in the context of war, Russians fear human casualties, the psychological state of those returning from the front, and poverty.
Every third Russian fears an economic crisis and poverty because of the war in Ukraine. This is stated in the results of a study by the Russian Field group, released on Thursday, November 23.
Russians are also concerned about the loss of life and the psychological state of fellow citizens returning from the front.
The results of the study mentioned the following fears of Russians:
Most respondents (62%) expressed concern about possible casualties as a result of military operations.
Psychological state of those returning from the front. 38% of respondents expressed concern about the psychological state of military personnel who returned from the front.
A third of Russians (33%) expressed concerns about the possible increase in poverty and the onset of an economic crisis.
It was noted that women show more concern about human casualties (68%) and the psychological condition of those returning from war (44%) compared to men (56% and 30%, respectively respectively).
Low-income people are more likely to express concern about possible increases in poverty and economic crisis (37%) than their wealthier compatriots (29%). It was also noted that people with higher education are more concerned about the issues of human casualties, the psychological condition of returnees, the difficulties of traveling abroad and the departure of companies.
The total number of respondents was 1,611 people; the survey was conducted from October 21 to October 29. The maximum sampling error is 2.45% with a probability of 95%.
Earlier it was reported that the head of the ruling regime of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, pardoned the cannibal Satanist Nikolai Ogolobyak, who was sentenced to 20 years in prison for the ritual murders of teenagers. The former prisoner fought a war against Ukraine, where, after being wounded, he filed for disability.
And on November 23, it became known that Putin pardoned another cannibal killer, who killed four people before being sent to the front.
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