Specialists of the largest insurance company in Russia (Rosgosstrakh Life) and Otkrytie Bank conducted a study on the concern of Russians about the spread of coronavirus, RBC reports.
Survey participants were asked to rate the degree of anxiety on a scale of 0 to 10. In general, 85.5% of citizens were concerned with the pandemic and its consequences, 14.5% said they were not afraid at all, and 24.5% of respondents said they were “half worried”.
The least worried residents live in St. Petersburg (33.3%), the North Caucasus Federal District (21%), and the Siberian Federal District (20.8%). The top 10 also included Primorsky Territory (23.5%), the Irkutsk Region (22.7%), the Novosibirsk Region (21.6%), the Rostov Region (21.6%), Stavropol Territory (21.5%), Kabardino-Balkaria (20%), and Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug (20%).