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Russians called the lack of communication the main problem of self-isolation

Russians called the lack of communication the main problem of self-isolation
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The lack of communication in conditions of self-isolation, the Russians called the main problem. The lack of lively communication affects women and young people from 18 to 24 years old.

He writes about it RIA News" with reference to the study of Roskachestvo and Online Market Intelligence. A third of the respondents who indicated a lack of communication are trying to make up for it using the Internet, about the same number say that online communication can not replace personal.

The survey showed that most Russian families in conditions of self-isolation hardly quarrel - 44%, and one in five noted that their families were able to cope with difficulties and live in peace.

Almost 70% answered the question regarding the quality of life that, due to the introduction of a regime of restrictions, their quality of life has deteriorated significantly. The most optimistic in this matter were young men aged 18-24 years.

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