Russian emigration sentiment has not changed
Emigration attitudes in Russia are approximately at the same level: 13% of respondents of the July survey said they would like to go live abroad.
Among the reasons for the possible move, for the first time, Russians named dissatisfaction with “the policy pursued by the authorities” and “respect for human rights”.
The general director of the polling center, Valery Fedorov, explains this by the fact that the opposition is “replicating the thesis” about the onset of “complete authoritarianism” in the country.
Most of those who “would like” to move abroad associate their desire with a possible increase in living standards, salaries, pensions or benefits (40%).
Another 9% would like to live in a country with a different climate, 7% are looking for “social security” and “stability”, and 6% - “opportunities for career growth” and “doing business”. 4% said that they “absolutely do not like living in Russia”.
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