Moscow, February 19 – Most Russians do not like winter holidays: only less than a third of citizens are ready to take a vacation in January or February, while 78% choose a summer vacation, according to a study by Otkritie Bank and the Rosgosstrakh insurance company available to the News Agency.
At the same time, 43% of citizens categorically do not want to take a winter vacation, since there are still New Year holidays. 26% of respondents would take a winter vacation only if their employer forced them to do so.
At the same time, only 19% of Russians like to relax in summer and winter, and only 3% of respondents prefer winter holidays more than summer ones. As for the remaining 78% of citizens, they choose summer vacation.
It is noted that 44% of the respondents did not take a winter vacation even once during the past five years. 26% of the respondents took a winter vacation once in the past five years. Two or three times during this period, 21% of Russians rested. Only 10% have taken a vacation each year for the past five years.
The study was conducted by Otkritie Bank and the Rosgosstrakh insurance company from February 9 to 16 on a representative sample of 1,020 Russians aged 18 to 65 in cities with a population of over 100,000.
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