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The Russians have piled fair pay

The Russians have piled fair pay
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In the survey, the Russians called the minimum wage, which, in their opinion, is fair. A study entitled "Social inequality in modern Russian society and ways to overcome it" was conducted by experts of the public chamber. More than 35% of respondents named a sufficient amount of 50 thousand rubles.

As the RIA News, 31% of respondents consider the minimum income of 40-50 thousand rubles to be fair, 20% - 30-40 thousand rubles, and 10% named the amount of 21-30 thousand rubles. More than half of Russians feel social inequality due to income differences. 49% - due to access to medical services, 38% - due to territorial inequality.

Only 1% of Russians have never encountered social inequality. All the others tested it on themselves for one reason or another, 90% of the study participants are sure that it is the state that must level the excessive difference in people's incomes. More than half of the respondents did not agree with the statement that the gap between rich and poor is a prerequisite for the country's prosperity.

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