Russians are scared of the increase of social injustice, incomes decrease, price growth and being deprived of free medical care most of all according to the study done by All-Russian Center of Public Opinion Study.
Least of all polled people are worried about possible international conflicts, job loss and growing crime rate, reports Profil media.
Almost 70% of respondents said that they are most afraid of social injustice. The decline in income was the second most scary thing named by 63% of respondents. 58% stated their concern about the increase in product prices and the possibility of losing access to free medical care.
According to sociologists, the general level of anxiety among Russians has decreased over the past few years.
Earlier, News.ru reported that nearly half of Russians supported the death penalty.