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Specifically, the level of anxiety connected with the most widespread fears surpassed similar parameters registered one and two years ago.
A short summary of the results, published on the VTSIOM website on Monday, says that the fears connected with inflation and possible depreciation of savings remain the most intense and widespread among Russians – the index for this category increased to 27 points from 23 points in just one month.
Fears of military conflict ranked second with 20 points, an increase from 19 percent in May.
Concerns over health problems and various difficulties connected with access to healthcare were in third place with 8 points, up from 0 points in January.
Fears over the possibility of internal conflict and unrest peaked in April this year, when the index reached 6 points (from -5 points at the beginning of the year).