Nevertheless, assessing the situation, 48% of Omsk was told that "things are not so bad and you can live, another 43% ohmic "live hard, but you can endure, and only 5% said that they" hate our plight is no longer possible. " Men and women almost equally assess the situation. Optimism prevails in Omsk 21-30 years (66%) and 16-20 years (55%). Was found a direct correlation between the age of the respondent and the proportion of pessimistic Omsk: Omsk if among up to 40 years, the proportion of those who "suffer the plight of already impossible," was less than 4%, among Omsk 41-50 years, the answer was given 7.5% and among 51-60 years old Omsk figure was 12%. Optimists were more among the unemployed Omsk (53% among the unemployed compared to 45% among workers), with the largest share among the unemployed amounted to students, housewives and pensioners. Single unmarried respondents were slightly more optimistic than their countrymen who are married (51% and 46% respectively).
In addition, the greatest optimists were Omsk living on one (the proportion of optimists was 64%), whereas in families, consisting, for example, from 2 people share a positive-minded Omsk was 31%. Figure 1. Opinion Omsk assessment change their financial situation over the last year Figure 2. Opinion Omsk assessment changes the nature of power in the last 3-4 months More than half of Omsk (54%) believe that tough times still ahead, 13% believe that the hard times we are experiencing now, while 18% hope that all the difficulties already behind.