Every second Crimean admitted that they began to save more
Economically active residents of Crimea took part in the survey.
Talking about changes in their personal financial strategy, every second Crimean citizen noted that over the past year they began to save more (48%). Only 6% of respondents began to spend more often. For 24% of respondents, their personal financial strategy has not changed over the year. The number of supporters of the “saving more” strategy is higher among men (52% versus 44% among women). City dwellers over 45 years of age tend to cut costs more often than younger citizens (58%). The higher the income level, the more adherents of saving: 40% among respondents with a salary of up to 50 thousand rubles per month, 55% among those earning over 80 thousand rubles,” noted the service’s press service.
The number of supporters of the “spend more” strategy is highest among Crimean residents under 34 years of age (17%).