According to the latest survey by the reputable Gallup Public Opinion Research Institute in 2019, more than 20% of Russians would like to immigrate. That is, every fifth resident of the Russian Federation is not ready to put up with the unfavorable state of affairs in the country: high inflation, falling incomes with a constant increase in prices, the instability of the economic situation, and low security.
Back in 2014, only 7% of the Russians surveyed wanted to immigrate, in 2017 – 17%, and by 2019 – 20%. The indicators are growing, and the active part of the population of the Russian Federation stands for immigration – among middle-aged people and young people, 44% of those polled vote for it. As part of the research, the question was asked about choosing a preferred place for relocation. 40% of respondents favored immigration to European Union countries. Continue reading