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Russians are willing to spend more on the Internet and scooters

Russians are willing to spend more on the Internet and scooters
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Even during the coronavirus pandemic, Russians are prepared to increase spending on certain categories of goods and services. The leaders are sports products and the Internet.

According to TASS, a study on the mood of Russians during a pandemic was conducted at IDF Eurasia. Experts interviewed 3 respondents aged 450 to 18 from all regions of the country.

The coronavirus pandemic greatly affected the material condition of the country's citizens. A reduction in total expenses was stated by 68% of respondents. Another 24% can keep expenses at the same level, and 8% can spend more than usual.

According to the survey, 44% expressed their readiness to increase spending on digital and telecommunication services. In particular, on home and mobile Internet, online movie theaters and the like.

The second most popular category for increasing spending is sports goods. And another 23% can spend more than usual on goods for a summer vacation both for themselves and for children - on trampolines, scooters and bicycles.

Among the most unclaimed categories, in which Russians will save in the first place, are clothing and equipment - more than half of those surveyed may refuse such a purchase. Also consider it possible to reduce spending on products 28% of Russians, and 15% will save on vacation. Another 3% agree to cut back on health costs.
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