The experts of the Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation have published the results of a study in which they determined the standard of living in different cities of the country.
It is stated that the assessment of the quality of life is based on the opinion of Russians about various aspects of their life. Thus, Moscow (100), St. Petersburg (87), Grozny (84), Kaluga (80), Kazan (78), Yekaterinburg (77), Sevastopol (76), Sochi (76), Kaliningrad (75), and Naberezhnye Chelny (75) are included in the top 10 of the rating.
In turn, Cherepovets, Surgut, Sevastopol, Yakutsk, and Grozny were recognized as cities with the least conflict-prone social environment. The least conflicting relations of the population with local authorities were found in Grozny, Simferopol, Makhachkala, Kazan, and Penza. The research also showed the highest demand for cultural values in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Yaroslavl, Kaluga, and Orel, while the highest levels of consumption and material well-being were in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sochi, Cherepovets, and Tyumen.
According to the respondents, the best medicine works in Moscow, Kaliningrad, Vladikavkaz, Sevastopol, and St. Petersburg. Least of all claims to secondary and higher education were received from the residents of Tambov, Yekaterinburg, Sochi, Nizhny Novgorod, and Volzhsky. In addition, the cities where there is the most favourable environment for creating and running business are Nizhny Tagil, Togliatti, Naberezhnye Chelny, Vladikavkaz, and Cherepovets.