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55% of Russian citizens support the creation of TOR in the Far East

The SuperJob recruitment research center conducted a study to identify the attitude of Russians towards the creation of advanced socio-economic development territories in the Far East. The backbone of those supporting the idea of ​​TOR are the most economically active segments of the population, according to the press service of the Ministry of Eastern and Eastern Development.

Similar economic models already exist in China, Singapore and South Korea - countries that have shown strong economic growth over the past decades.

In general, the draft Minvostokrazvitiya support 55% of all respondents, 38% find it difficult to choose the answer, and only 7% are against it. Among the supporters of the bill, men prevail (64%), representatives of both sexes are older than 45 years, with an income of more than 45 thousand rubles. At the same time, more women are opposed to the income with 35-45 thousand rubles.

"It would be great. The Far East and its people need wise government support, ”says a senior legal adviser from the Kursk region in her voice. Among Leave your comment for the survey were those who are willing to participate in large-scale projects. So the assistant to the general director for personnel from Novosibirsk writes: “I support. If I get the opportunity, I myself will take an active part in this.

In their comments, supporters of the creation of advanced development territories explained: “We need to develop - and only forward. If one does not have enough experience, one should use the positive experience of other countries and apply it taking into account the Russian mentality ”; “The more opportunities the better”; “I really want to see Russia advanced, hardworking, smart, successful. God help you! ”,“ We ​​must keep up with the times ”. Poll SuperJob was conducted among residents of 204 settlements in all districts of the Russian Federation. The sample size was 1600 respondents.

“Supporting” - 55% “The development of territories is new technologies, new jobs, new perspectives for residents of remote regions. This is the future of the country. " Deputy Head of Department, Kemerovo, 45 years

"Taking into account the adoption of experience that favors the development of the territory and does not cause various damage to the population and the nature of the Far East." Chief Accountant, Khabarovsk, 51 year

"It's all right, if it works in other countries, then we have even more." Senior Manager, Novy Urengoy, 33 year

“This had to be done 20 years ago. It may not be too late. ” Senior Equipment Repairman, Usolye-Sibirskoye, 44 of the year

“I support. If an opportunity comes up, I will take an active part in it myself. ” Assistant General Director for Human Resources and Public Relations, Novosibirsk, 44

“The Far East of Russia is a wonderful place, undervalued, with tremendous potential. Therefore, to use the experience of close countries is absolutely correct. ” Leading expert on design and estimate documentation, Moscow, 56 years

"I do not support" - 7%

"You have to include your brains, and not on the left-hand experience." Concrete worker, Krasnodar, 21 year

"It is better to give the Chinese ... more will be good." Director of Logistics, Tver, 44 of the year

"I do not know" - 38%

“I do not have information on this issue. It is impossible to evaluate what you do not know. " Universal Hairdresser, Ocher, 45 years

"I do not know what the concept of the creation and operation of this project is". Senior salesman, Magnitogorsk, 37 years

"Everyone knows their work. I do not think that people are stupid in the ministry. Before going to any step, apparently all the options viewed. " Storekeeper, Neryungri, 38 years

“What is it?” Complaints Officer, Orenburg, 34 years

"I do not care!" Archivist, Nakhodka, 27 years

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