Population of Russia. Statistics, facts, comments, forecasts.

Population of Russia. Statistics, facts, comments, forecasts.Warning: This is a custom article written by a group of experts on the special order of RiF Agency.
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Our consultant from one very serious and very power department, shared with us quite interesting statistics.
We consider it necessary and useful to share it with you, applicants for the citizenship of Russia, so that "bachilla eyes, sco kupuvaly".

The state border of Russia stretches for 60.932 km and has an 424 border crossing.
The territory of Russia is 17.075.260 square. km and mostly lies north of 50 ° N
85% of the territory is unsuitable for permanent comfortable living of the population because 8.099 glaciers total area 56.131,6 square. km and permafrost (areas of Siberia and the Far East) occupy 65% of the territory of Russia, swamps and wetlands occupy almost 22%, rivers, lakes and other water bodies about 9,5%.
Part of the land is periodically flooded, part is occupied by deserts, salt marshes, mountains and ravines. Over 40% of the territory is occupied by forests.
In agriculture, Russia uses about 2,22 million square meters. km, of which under the arable land total 1,32 million, under settlements of all types in the country employs 0,2 million square meters. km, for industrial buildings and for military purposes 0,2 million, for other 0,1 million
For the happy life of the Russians is 2.561.289 square. km This is just 15% territory.
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The growing season in most parts of Russia is 2-4 of the month (in Europe or the USA 8-9 months). The average annual grain yield in Russia (on nonchernozem) is about 17 centners, in Germany, France and England (on nonchernozem) - 70, in Sweden - 60, in Ireland - 85, in Ukraine (on black soil) - all 24 centner per hectare.
More than 70% of Russian territory is a zone of risk farming.
In the Russian Federation in various storage facilities, there are more than 30 billion tons of hazardous waste.

Over the years of reforms, the entire agrarian infrastructure of the USSR disappeared, including the 27.000 collective farms and the 23.000 state farms provided with agricultural equipment and skilled personnel.
Russia gathered in 2010 about 60 million tons of grain, only half of the "pre-reform" amount.
Compared to Soviet times, the number of livestock has decreased (in millions of heads): sheep and goats - from 67 to 9,7 pigs from 33,2 to 8,5 cows from 20,6 to 12.
Up to 70%, Russia's food needs are covered by imports.

The total number of settlements 157.895, of which more than 40.000 villages and towns, abandoned by residents, falls on the Central Federal District, North-West, Far North and Far East.
Over the past 10 years, 13.300 villages and 298 cities have disappeared from the map of Russia, and in the north of the country, the population has decreased by more than 40%.
Only last year, the country officially lost more than 3.000 settlements.
Every year, only 2,7% of the required amount of housing is built in the country.

Russia ranks less than 2% in global GDP. The main export items (according to the Federal Customs Service) are gas and oil (70%), primary metals (15%), round wood (10%), everything else, including equipment, weapons and technology - less than 5%.
In today's Russia, sexual services have become almost the second employment, and more than 60% of Russian women do not see any sense in intimate relations with a partner if they do not receive material benefits from them.

In Russia, more than 1000 criminal authorities are registered, including over 400, the so-called "thieves in law". Only 10% of them are ethnic Russians, the rest are Caucasians. Most of the "legalists" live in Moscow and St. Petersburg, Moscow, Leningrad and Tver regions, Krasnodar and Stavropol Territories.
73,07% of Russians approve of the idea of ​​separating the Caucasian republics from Russia.
The total amount of public investment in the resorts of the Caucasus will be 60 billion rubles.

Vehicle tax on the power of the 215 HP in 2011 will be: in the Voronezh region 16125 rub
in Moscow 12900 rub
in Ingushetia 3225 rub
in Dagestan 1720 rub
in Chechnya 1505 rub

The Porsche Cayenne 4.8 Turbo AT engine has exactly the 500 HP. and transport tax for such a car is in Dagestan - 5.000 rubles, in St. Petersburg - 75.000 rubles.

Russia is in the first place in the world, consuming 21% of the total heroin produced on the planet.
The volume of heroin consumed in Russia is 90 tons per year, which is about $ 11 billion.
Russia ranks third in the world in the number of drug addicts, in the first two Afghanistan and Iran. Children and young people in Russia spend 2,5 a billion dollars a year on drugs.
Every day in Russia, about 100 people die due to a drug overdose.
78,7% of Russians consider cooperation with law enforcement agencies unacceptable.

The average Russian consumes 18 liters of alcohol per year. According to UN experts, the annual 8 consumption of liters of alcohol per capita leads to a serious degradation of the population.
In Russia, a pack of cigarettes can be purchased for 30 cents, a bottle of beer can be bought at every corner of 24 an hour a day cheaper than a bottle of drinking water.
Only 1% of water consumed by Russians meets international quality standards.

The turnover of counterfeit and counterfeit products in Russia is, depending on the industry, from 30 to 90%. Among the counterfeit leaders are CDs, clothing, shoes, alcohol, medicines, food and auto parts.
In the Doing business ranking, which determines the ease of doing business, over the past year, Russia fell immediately to 7 positions, taking the 123 position from the 183 number of possible ones.
In the ranking of perceptions of corruption, the country fell back a decade ago, becoming 154-th - about the same level as Tajikistan, Papua New Guinea, Congo and Cambodia.
Over the past 20 years, the number of secondary schools in Russia has decreased by 19 thousands.

For 2010 and the first quarter of 2011 of the year, about 5 trillion rubles were withdrawn abroad for doubtful reasons. At the same time, the share of remittances of individuals amounted to about 40%.
Every minute, mobile operators earn $ 812.000 by SMS.

Last year, over 50 tons of explosives were seized at Russian airports.
In 2009, 1030 acts of terrorism were committed in Russia, in 2010 - 712. This is already 162.
The cultural capital of Russia, St. Petersburg, in the criminal security rating took the seventy-eighth place out of eighty-three.
Now in St. Petersburg there are more than 105.000 communal apartments in which about 669.000 citizens live. This is the ninth part of all residents of the northern capital.

Two categories of people are satisfied with life in Russia: those who do not know and those who share.
The flight time of the BGM-109 Tomahawk cruise missile from the EU borders to St. Petersburg does not exceed 7 minutes, to Moscow - half an hour.

1,5% of the population of the Russian Federation owns 50% of national wealth.
According to Rosgosstrakh, the annual income of more than $ 1 million for 160.000 people in Russia, the annual income of more than $ 100.000 for 440.000 families.
92% of large Russian industry, banks, etc. - is foreign property.
Only in banks in Switzerland is about $ 25 billion Russian origin.
At 30.000, St. Petersburg homeless people have less than three hundred places in the night shelters.

The State Duma and the Federation Council are meeting 41 billionaire, whose general condition is estimated at 1.056,6 billion rubles.
In total, there are 114 billionaires in Russia with an aggregate capital of $ 297 billion.
The status of the top ten for the year increased by almost a third and amounted to 182 billion dollars, whereas last year - 139 billion.
Russian billionaires pay the lowest taxes in the world (13%) that their colleagues in France and Sweden (57%), in Denmark (61%) or Italy (66%) did not even dream of.
26% of Russians have outstanding loans.
143.000 people lost their right to travel abroad due to problems with debts.

68% of Russians with incomes above the national average would like their children to study and work abroad. 37% want their children to live abroad permanently.
According to the World Bank, in 2010, 12,3 a million people moved into Russia.

The Federal State Statistics Service of the Russian Federation in 2010 conducted an analytical study of the distribution of income among the population of the country:
- in extreme poverty are 13,4% with incomes below the 3.422 ruble per month
- in poverty there are 27,8% with income from 3.422 to 7.400 rubles
- 38,8% are interrupted in poverty with revenues from 7.400 to 17.000 rubles
- 10,9% live above poverty with a monthly income from 17.000 to 25.000 rubles
- 7,3% live with average incomes, their incomes from 25.000 to 50.000 rubles per month
- 1,1% belongs to the well-off, they get from 50.000 to 75.000 rubles per month
- and only 0,7% of the rich have income over 75.000 rubles per month.
In other words, 90,9% of the population with varying success balances on the poverty line.
As one famous humorist jokes, our standard of living is their death rate.

In Russia, a paradoxical situation has been taking shape for a long time, when the level of the minimum wage is below the subsistence minimum.
The minimum wage (minimum wage) of an employee in Russia at 01.06.2011 is 4.611 rubles / month or about? 109.
The official subsistence minimum for the working population at 14.06.2011 is 6.986 rubles / month or? 170,3.
The US poverty line is $ 18.310 for a family of 3s per year - 1.525,83 dollars per month.
41% of Russians do not use any financial services.

The minimum wage in Luxembourg is? 1.642 in Ireland -? 1.462 in Belgium -? 1.387 in Romania -? 153 in Bulgaria -? 123 in the USA - $ 7.25 per hour.
Regional minimum wage for the main region (Moscow) from 01.09.2011, 10.900 rub.
The social benefit of an unemployed refugee in the countries of the European Union is about? 800.
The average life expectancy of a Russian man is 58,9 years.

If the German consumer basket consists of 475 products and services, and the US is from 300, then the Russian “basket” includes only 156 names, and the service life of non-food items is significantly overestimated. In addition, the domestic subsistence level does not provide for even the most elementary costs for a child.
The cost of the minimum set on average in Russia is 8.252,5 rubles / month.
Cheaper all in the Saratov region. - 6.707,4 rub., The most expensive in Chukotka - 15.800,5 rub.
The cost of education, recreation, quality treatment, preservation or improvement of living conditions in the cost of living are not included.

According to the Ministry of Health and Social Development, in Russia, at 2010, there were 13.000.000 people with disabilities.
In the first quarter of this year, more than 20,5 million people in the country had an income below the subsistence minimum. And this despite the fact that 59,4% of the poor are working.
Each medal at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver cost Russia 12 million dollars.

The maintenance of one prisoner in a colony of strict regime costs 6.800 rubles / month.
The average pension, on average in Russia, is 6.629,76 rubles.
The minimum old-age pension in Russia, 2.723,41 rubles / month, ensures the existence of a pensioner at the level of survival. 67,4% of Russians consider retirement a disaster.
The exceptions are the officials whose pension reaches 75% of the previous income.
The magistrate, retired, receives a pension around 70.000 rubles / month.
For a happy old age, a Russian should postpone, on average, 5.800 euros per year.
Pensions on the occasion of the loss of the breadwinner in Russia 1.361,70 rubles / month.

The sum of all payments accrued to the members of the Board of Sberbank for 2010 a year amounted to 984,8 million rubles - twice as much as in the 2009 year when they earned 480,3 million rubles.
The chance to get an acquittal in a Russian court is 0,27%.

85% of Russians do not see an opportunity to influence state decision-making.
77% of the population believe that they are not ready to participate in the political life of the country.
62% reported that they rely only on themselves and try to avoid contact with any authorities in every possible way.
3% stated that they always achieve their goals by entering into contact with the authorities.
69,8% of Russians feel a sense of shame for their country.

Most of the population of Russia is concentrated in the triangle, the tops of which are St. Petersburg in the north, Novorossiysk in the south and Irkutsk in the east.
In Siberia, the area of ​​which is almost 3 / 4 in Russia, less than a quarter of the population lives, mainly along the Trans-Siberian railway, where its largest cities are located - Novosibirsk, Omsk, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk.
In the Urals, the population is concentrated between the cities of Nizhny Tagil and Magnitogorsk.
The centers of attraction of migration in the country are Moscow (60%) and St. Petersburg (18%). All attempts by the authorities to settle the eastern regions turn into a waste of funds.

The total population of Russia, according to recent data, is approximately 129.700.000 people.
Of these, 82% (106.354.000) live in cities and urban-type settlements, and:
in Moscow 12.952.000, in the Moscow region 7.999.500,
in St. Petersburg 6.898.400, in the Leningrad region 3.482.700.
(including temporary registrations and work permits for foreign migrants)

Out of the total population:
57% are people of retirement and pre-retirement age - 73.929.000
the personnel of the army together with contractors, conscripts, civilians, personnel of auxiliary enterprises, scientific institutes, design bureaus and universities - 1.144.000
FSB, FSO, Special Communication Services, FPS, SVR, etc. - 2.140.000
staff of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, the Federal Migration Service, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Internal Troops, the Federal Penitentiary Service, the Ministry of Justice and the Prosecutor's Office
customs, tax, sanitary and other inspectors - 1.238.000
officials licensing, controlling and registration authorities - 1.312.000
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Government Agencies (CIS, UN, UNESCO, PACE, etc.) - 91.000
employees of other federal agencies, ministries and departments - 1.253.000
clerks of pension, social, insurance and other funds - 1.724.000
deputies and employees of apparatuses of power structures of all levels - 1.870.000
clergymen and servants of religious and religious buildings - 528.000
notaries, legal offices, lawyers and prisoners - 1.842.000
private security personnel, detectives, security, etc. - 1.975.000
unemployed - 8.370.000
Total: 99.955.000 people who exist at the expense of the budget and the solvent part of the population.

The 29.745.000 man remains.
And this is our all. All small, medium and farmer business class.
Where, by the way, includes also young children, schoolchildren, students, housewives, homeless, homeless, internally displaced persons, refugees, etc., etc., etc.

This, in part, explains the fact that Russia's GDP is not much higher than the economic product of Los Angeles County, the United States.

Only 20% of the population of the country considers the situation in Russia calm and prosperous.
More than half of the citizens (59%) are convinced that Russia is on the wrong path, and only 18% of respondents say they believe in the correct course.
Own financial standing was called a good 18% of respondents, 54% considered it difficult but tolerable, 17% stated that "it is impossible to endure anymore."
11% hope to improve their financial situation in the future,
29% believe that it will only get worse.
19% of Russians are ready to participate in mass protests.
14% are willing to go on strike.
Government activities do not approve 69% of respondents.

Most Russians use proverbs, sayings, popular expressions (81% of respondents), quotations from literary works, movies, words from songs (66%) and profanity, mate (61%) in everyday life.

32% of Russians believe that a person’s fate can be influenced by magic, 58% do not believe in magic and witchcraft, and 10% find it difficult to answer.
In cities and villages, residents believe in magic about equally.
Only in Moscow, 74% of respondents do not believe in any magical powers, except money.

78% of Russians believe that Moscow lives at the expense of the regions. 74% of Russians are hostile to Muscovites, 44% consider this hostility “strong” and “very strong”, in other words, two-thirds of Russians hate Muscovites in Russia.
Moscow is one of the five cities in the world with the longest traffic jams, and Muscovites are among the most aggressive and vicious drivers in the world.

According to the RBC magazine (No. 11, 2007), the national-ethnic composition of Moscow is as follows:
Russian - 31%
Azeris - 14%
Tatars, Bashkirs, Chuvash - 10%
Ukrainians - 9%
Koreans, Chinese, Vietnamese - 6%
Tajiks, Uzbeks, Kazakhs, Kyrgyz - 5%
Chechens, Dagestanis, Ingushs - 4%
Armenians - 4%
Belarusians - 3%
Georgians - 3%
Moldovans - 3%
Roma - 2%
Jews - 1%
other nations - 5%
More than 14 million people actually live in Moscow, of whom Russians are 4.340.000. In the capital of the Russian State, the Russians are a national minority.
Rating of the crime situation in the districts of Moscow.

Here is a list of the most common names of newborns that appeared in the South-Eastern district of Moscow for 2009 year: Male: Female:
Platon Ali Zahar Makar Elisey Zlata Amina Kamila Leila Yaroslav
Damir Amir Emil Magomed Miroslav Malika Madina Aysel

In Russia, 21 has about a million families with children. 60% couples raise one child, 28% - two children, 6,8% - three.

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  1. petor41
    petor41 15 October 2011 09: 17 New
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    Weak article, although many figures are given, but almost all of them are taken from the ceiling. Especially the numbers about the personnel of the FSB, FSO, Special Forces Service, FPS, SVR, etc., are 2.140.000, first of all, here the FPS has long been No, and what is the Special Service? FSB and SVR officers themselves will not be able to say exactly what their numbers are, and journalists know, damn it. From month to month they write the same crap, only under different headings!
    1. Hannibal
      Hannibal 15 October 2011 10: 27 New
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      Especially for you, the first 8 lines are written.
  2. Smilodon 15 October 2011 10: 14 New
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    Ooooh, what a bullshit. For me, so complete nonsense. There are numbers that are most likely correct, but otherwise ... Somewhere I read this, and with even greater "veracity" of the numbers. The article is clearly for pessimists, whom I have never considered myself. Maybe that's why such a reaction.
    1. Sergh
      Sergh 15 October 2011 15: 14 New
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      Soooo! Familiar song. I half the excerpts a year and a half ago in various interpretations, in different publications I read individually and each, lo and behold, experts were called, all foreign agencies. Well, well, what a care for me. I mean for her I live in poverty in a three-dime in three, with a car, two computers with all the stocks, well, cottages herachi ..., damn goats.
      Psycho-linguistic attack. Sow disagreement, discontent, distrust of the masses with all that it implies ...
      1. Marat
        Marat 15 October 2011 20: 16 New
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        I support all the comments above - piling up data does not give a real picture -
  3. Volkhov
    Volkhov 15 October 2011 15: 59 New
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    Sucks without pink glasses? - To the TV!
    But in fact, this is an extremely mild description for children and pupils of agitprop, which can undergo censorship and be perceived by consciousness.
  4. NUT
    NUT 15 October 2011 20: 15 New
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    but everything that happens everywhere except as World War III can’t be called and we lose it on all fronts (the Third Belorussian Front is still engaged in fierce battles, but probably also doomed) from medicine, to space, we take huge losses in manpower and equipment, we surrender their cities and villages where civilians are dying ...
    maybe it's time to surrender Moscow and gather strength (if we have time) ...
    1. kesa1111
      kesa1111 16 October 2011 01: 18 New
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      See: Freedom of subhuman, Priceless dollar, Provocation of national importance.
    2. Volkhov
      Volkhov 19 October 2011 02: 50 New
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      It is high time - where and how roughly clear.
  5. Tolia
    Tolia 15 October 2011 21: 45 New
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    Burn Moscow, save Russia)))) ...
  6. 50508.8 16 October 2011 00: 02 New
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    Why are you all attacking Moscow? Even from this article it can be seen that mainly Moscow visitors, especially non-Russians, create a negative impression of Moscow and the Muscovites.
    1. zczczc
      zczczc 16 October 2011 01: 15 New
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      50508.8, Duc this - it is visitors who are the most arrogant and are. Because of them, they do not like Moscow. I, in general, also a newcomer. However, for some reason, from the first days, a very long time ago, I was considered just a Muscovite (the dialect is exactly local for some reason :))

      A native Muscovite is often a calm, educated and sensible person, regardless of social origin. And the newcomer is often tenacious, he has clear goals in life, especially close goals. And all these goals are "where to cut the dough." And Muscovites look at it as a theater of the absurd, because they have a moral qualification of a settled person. I found times (the end of the 90s) when most Muscovites worked for $ 100- $ 150, and most of those who "came" for less than $ 400 did not agree (we are not talking about migrant workers). And the reason is simple - renting an apartment cost at least $ 200.

      The second reason why they do not like Moscow is historically, hiding behind the metropolitan functions, it simply takes as much of the country's income as it sees fit. So it was with the Union, and now. Previously, it was a place where there was a concentrated "Soviet power", and now money laundering for foreigners. They come from the USA, Israel and own real estate here mainly. The real estate market is bloated - meter prices are rising from nothing. Resin has supervised all this and is supervising so far. All is well, except the Muscovite. Muscovites were fucked in the most vile sense of the word. Even I write without quotes.

      As for me personally, I like everything here if I walk through the forest (there are forests here). I don’t want to say the rest - there is no people, no society, no families in the true sense of the word - there is a set of people grouped according to various criteria for a time when it is beneficial for them.
  7. zczczc
    zczczc 16 October 2011 00: 45 New
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    43% of Slavs in Moscow - I will never believe. This is just not there. This figure is true for older people, and among young people a maximum of 25%.
  8. kesa1111
    kesa1111 16 October 2011 01: 14 New
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    The article probably should cause a mood: It is urgent to restore order. They grind it every day on TV: the bloody fsboy with all the enemies of Vovan will kill and bring the country to the WTO - he is not ashamed.