Moscow topped the ranking of Russian regions by socio-economic status in 2019. Experts evaluated a number of indicators of the scale of the regional economy and its effectiveness, budgetary and social spheres, RIA News reports.
Based on this assessment, for each subject of Russia, an integral score was deduced from 1 (worst performance) to 100 (best performance). Moscow scored 88.980 points, which ensured its first place in the ranking. The second place is occupied by St. Petersburg (85.549 points), and the third place by Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug (77.763 points).
The top 10 also included the Moscow region, Tatarstan, the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, the Sverdlovsk Region, the Krasnodar Territory, the Leningrad Region, and the Tyumen Region. The outsiders of the rating were the Jewish Autonomous Region (12.743 points), Tuva (13.174 points), Altai Republic (13.710 points), Ingushetia (16.279 points), and Karachay-Cherkessia (16.763 points).