41% of Russians would like to stay in Russia, if possible, choose any country for life, according to a survey of the recruiting service SuperJob. In similar surveys in 2010 and 2016, this option was chosen by 23 and 40% of respondents, respectively.
The survey was conducted from August 24 to September 7 in 522 settlements in all districts of Russia among 3 thousand respondents over 18 years old. The results are given by RBC.
Other leaders in the ranking of the best countries to live:
- USA – 7% of respondents would like to live there (in 2010 and 2016 – 5% each),
- Canada, Italy and Switzerland – 4% of respondents each,
- Germany – 3%,
- Spain, Australia and Sweden – 2% each,
- Great Britain, France, Turkey, South Korea, Czech Republic, Iceland – 1% of respondents.
More women than men would like to stay in Russia (45% versus 39%). It was chosen as the country of residence by doctors, teachers, sales and customer service managers, programmers, salesmen, secretaries, HR managers, drivers, accountants and others.
Among those who named the United States as the best country for life, there were most doctors (23%), economists (20%) and programmers (15%). Canada was chosen by system administrators (19%), Germany – by accountants (15%), Italy – by secretaries (17%).