Analytics

20 May 2024

The majority of working people around the world (65 per cent) are quite satisfied with their jobs, with 17 per cent saying the opposite. A further 17 per cent said they had a neutral attitude to work - they felt neither pleasure nor displeasure about it.  Among Russians, opinions on the issue of work were divided as follows: half of our compatriots (51%) are satisfied with their work to some extent, every fifth (22%) takes a neutral position on this issue, and another 22% of respondents do not feel pleasure from their work. These are the results of an international survey conducted at the end of 2023 by the association of independent research agencies Gallup International in 44 co...

06 May 2024

Respondents around the world are almost equally divided on the prospects for the use of artificial intelligence in the near future. Nearly a third (31%) of respondents believe AI will bring new opportunities, while more than a third (38%) believe artificial intelligence could create additional challenges. A quarter of participants (24%) described themselves as insufficiently informed on this issue...

22 April 2024

As we wrote earlier, at the end of 2023, more than half (51%) of new cars sold on the Russian market were Chinese brands. Thus, Chinese cars increased their presence in the Russian market by 2.7 times in one year, and by 7.3 times in the last two years. However, despite such a powerful expansion, knowledge of Chinese brands and trust in them still lags behind similar indicators for European, Japan...

19 April 2024

Nearly half of respondents (45%) worldwide have some degree of confidence that the threat posed by COVID-19 during the pandemic has been exaggerated. One-third of respondents (33%) are of the opposite opinion. And 18% could not decide their position on this issue. However, when analysing the results, significant differences by country and macro-region were revealed. In particular, in Russia, more ...

17 April 2024

Research holding ROMIR and Fix Price, a chain of low fixed price shops, have studied consumer behavior in relation to own trade marks (OTM). The relevant results were presented at the holding's annual conference “Revival of Meanings”. The analysis, based on the ROMIR Unified Data Dashboard, showed that over the past four years, the share of OTM presence in a shopper's wallet...

03 April 2024

Car manufacturers from China are successfully developing the Russian market. In 2023, their share in sales exceeded 50%, and residents of major metropolises are increasingly moving to Chinese electric cars and hybrids. However, in terms of brand recognition, they have a lot to work on: only three Chinese brands have come close to the level of knowledge of their competitors. These are the results o...

25 March 2024

48% of working Russians are ready to undergo additional training or professional development courses at the expense of the state or employer's funds. Every eighth (13%) respondent said that they would be willing to pay for such training themselves. Almost a fifth of respondents (18 per cent) believe that they do not need additional training, and another 21 per cent said they do not want to imp...

19 March 2024

According to the results of a survey* conducted by ROMIR, 41% of residents of cities with a million inhabitants have used generative neural networks at least once. 80% of them believe that the technology simplifies routine tasks and helps save time. 71% of neural network users believe that companies can charge for using services based on neural networks, and about half of respondents (49%) believe...

05 March 2024

Over the past two years, ROMIR has been recording a gradual decline in the share of Russians experiencing stress - from 57% in Q1 2022 to 39% in Q4 2023. Not only the number of our compatriots under stress is decreasing, but also the average level of anxiety. At the end of last year, stress intensity averaged 6.1 on a ten-point scale. At the beginning of 2022 this indicator was at the level of 6.4...

28 February 2024

At the end of 2023, more than half of Russian families (52%) had no savings. Four out of ten households (40%) have savings in rubles. In 7% of households, savings are a mix of domestic and foreign currencies. And only 1% of Russians keep all their savings in dollars or euros. These are the results of a nationwide ROMIR* survey conducted in the fourth quarter of last year.   Diagram 1: Savi...

26 February 2024

More than a quarter of Russians (27%) are satisfied to one degree or another with the size of their salary. Just over a third (35%) of respondents showed dissatisfaction with this issue. A neutral answer was given by 15% of study participants. These are the results of an all-Russian survey* conducted by ROMIR in December 2023 as part of the independent sociological study of the labor market &ldquo...