Livelihoods after the reunification with Russia satisfied 84% of Crimean residents, including residents of Sevastopol, said Last news the head of the Crimean branch of the Institute of socio-economic and political studies (ISAPI), Deputy head of the Public chamber of the Republic Alexander Formanchuk.
according to him, a Survey was conducted of ISAPI in the beginning of the first anniversary of the reunification of Crimea and Sevastopol with Russia. Objective: to study the socio-economic and political well-being of the Crimeans. The error is not more than 3%. The sample consisted of 850 otpisanih. The survey was conducted in the Republic of Crimea (in eleven Of the 25 cities of the Peninsula) and Sevastopol, and equally in 13 Of the 14 districts of Crimea.
"Assessing the General situation, we can confidently assert that 84% of the population of the Crimea and Sevastopol in General satisfied with their lives after the reunification of the Republic of the Crimea and city of Sevastopol with the Russian Federation. Of those surveyed, 85% of Sevastopol and 83% of the Republic's residents feel satisfied today with life in General, " said Formanchuk.
The most satisfied with their lives are the Crimean people aged 55 years and older (86%) and 18-24 years (85%, Of which 45% are fully satisfied with life).
in addition, the Crimeans are optimistic about the future. Thus, 61% of Crimeans believe that after a year, their financial situation will be better, 23% will remain the same, deterioration expect only 5%.
Speaking about the changes in the Russian Crimea, 66% otpisanih emphasize improvements overall, about the deterioration thinks only 12% of respondents.
Among the most pressing issues that have troubled the Crimeans: inflation, rising prices, high prices for essential goods (51%), lack of jobs (44%), the conflict in the South-East of Ukraine (39%), alcoholism, drug abuse (28%), low level of salaries, pensions, scholarships, grants (21%), poor condition of roads (20%). For Sevastopol most disturbing problem is the conflict in the South-East of Ukraine and Crimea - inflation and high prices.
Crimea and Sevastopol became the Russian regions, once in March 2014 there have been referendums in which the overwhelming number of voters were in favour of secession From Ukraine's reunification with Russia.