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Almost 40% of Russians will start saving for a rainy day after quarantine

Almost 40% of Russians will start saving for a rainy day after quarantine
After quarantine, 39% of Russians plan to start saving money “for a rainy day”, although they did not save it before. Only 19% said they did not need a financial airbag.

According to the Otkritie Bank press service, in June a study was conducted among city residents about whether they plan to save after quarantine and how they plan to spend money. The survey involved about one thousand Russians living in cities with a population of over 100 thousand people.

 According to the results of the study, it turned out that 39% of respondents will save after quarantine. At the same time, 32% of the survey participants noted that they would not be able to save due to lack of financial opportunities. Only 19% of respondents do not need savings.

 In addition, 53% plan to spend less than before the pandemic. About 36% of the country's population intend to maintain their income and habitual spending after a pandemic. And only 3% of respondents said they would spend more after lifting the restrictions.

The main expenses that will not be reduced are health, children, products. Not ready to save on health 77% of respondents, but 9% spoke about the opportunity to save on medical services. Expenditures on children will not be reduced by 72% of respondents, but about 11% of the study participants are ready to reduce expenses on this item. About 30% of the survey participants can save on food, but 58% of the respondents do not plan to cut food spending.

 Most often, the survey participants plan to cut expenses in the entertainment category - these turned out to be 73%. Another 72% can save on gadgets, 58% on a country house, 57% on clothes, vacation and travel, 56% on sports.
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