Holding office wisdom in your head about what is a lie, is a blatant lie, and there are statistics, you still have to turn to official statistics. Well, if only because official data is the only source of this kind of information. Before considering such statistics, I would still hope that the above-mentioned office wisdom has nothing to do with the data presented below. Moreover, the right to hope, as they say, has not been canceled ...
So, some, I want to think, interesting economic statistics of the regions of Russia on the results of the outgoing year.
Based on data from the Federal Service for Labor and Employment (Rostrud), the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation and the Federal Portal of Administrative Personnel, a multi-level rating of the subjects of the Russian Federation is presented. The rating was compiled on several points at once, including such as
average wages, unemployment rate, price level, housing affordability for various categories of citizens, regional economic dynamics (growth / decline rates), accessibility of pre-school education (accessibility of kindergartens).
You can start with regional economic dynamics. To begin with, it is necessary to remind that the all-Russian economy (GDP) for the year is reduced by about 3-4%. The official forecast for the “narrowing” of the Russian economy from the IMF for the current year is 3,7%. At the Ministry of Economic Development, the forecast is different - about 3%. And what about the regions?
The leaders in terms of positive economic dynamics are the following regions (results, frankly, somewhat unexpected): Republic of Ingushetia (economic growth 11,3%!), Tambov region (economic growth 9,9%!), Sevastopol (economic growth 7,6%), Tyumen region ( economic growth 7,1%), Republic of Dagestan (economic growth 5,7%).
For the first time, Ingushetia and the Tambov Region are at the top of this rating, as is the Republic of Dagestan, which was among the favorites among the Russian regions for the first time in terms of economic development. For the first time, Sevastopol is at the top of the rating, but for Sevastopol and full participation in the rating is actually the first.
Here you can afford to joke, saying that the head of the Ingush Republic, Yunus-Bek Yevkurov, can rejoice, because, firstly, he left Chechnya far behind the neighbors - Chechnya (Chechnya has a minus 1,5%), and secondly, economic growth Ingushetia has overtaken ... the Chinese. It turns out that either statistics gurus work in Magas, or irony is inappropriate here, and Ingushetia has managed to really achieve such impressive indicators.
Perhaps, after reading such data, readers from among the residents of the listed regions will say that the data is “linden,” the author supposedly found everything; to shower him with rotten eggs and tomatoes ... But, as has already been noted, these are the results shown in the materials collected by Rostrud and the Ministry of Labor. But really seriously to treat this data - the opinion of each individual reader.
Who are the economic outsiders? From the same rating:
Republic of Crimea (-5,5%), Vologda Region (-4,1%), Kemerovo Region (-3,7%), Kaluga Region (-2,6%) Primorsky Krai (-2,3%), Komi Republic (-2,3%).
Moscow and St. Petersburg - "by zero". Moscow has a fall in the economy at the level of 0,1%, in St. Petersburg - a strict zero.
It was noteworthy that the indicators of the Republic of Crimea and Sevastopol, which are members of the common Crimean Federal District, differ. If Sevastopol is at the top of the table, then the Republic of Crimea is an absolute outsider of the rating. It would be possible to write off everything on anti-Crimean sanctions, but then how to relate the Sevastopol indicator to this? Or do you still need to dig deeper than what is explained only by the sanctions regime?
What do we have (more precisely, theirs) on employment?
By employment ahead: Moscow (unemployment at the level of 1,8%), St. Petersburg (2%), Samara region (2,5%). And behind, “suddenly”, Ingushetia (30,6%).
As they say, attention is the question: how did a republic with a third of the unoccupied population manage to achieve economic growth in 11,3%? How could the region be the first in terms of economic growth to be the last in the list of regions in terms of employment? Once again, you are convinced that statistics is a wonderful thing ... It can be assumed that the whole thing is federal infusions, but infusions were certainly not smaller in the Republic of Crimea, and there is a significant economic decline and the average unemployment in Russia is 6%. Practically, everything is exactly the opposite. Or Simferopol really has not mastered the funds allocated by Moscow, not wanting to do it rush for the New Year, and therefore such an indicator ...
In terms of prices in the undisputed leaders of Kamchatka (22,4 thousand rubles for a fixed set of goods), Chukotka (20,8 thousand rubles), the Magadan region (19,5 thousand rubles).
Moscow is also in the upper part with 14,68 thousand rubles. for a fixed set of goods (per month).
The most “cheap” region of the country is Sevastopol (10,9 thousand rubles).
High affordability of housing (at a price for renting a one-room apartment per month) in the Oryol region (7,1 thousand rubles), Kursk region (7,2 thousand rubles), Penza region (7,2 thousand rubles). The most expensive rental housing on Sakhalin, in Moscow and in the Nenets Autonomous District. True, the statistics here are very interesting. So, it is reported that in Moscow the average cost of renting odnushki will cost 26,7 thousand per month. And if you walk through sites that offer data on rental services in the capital, the average bar will be at best 2-3 a thousand higher.
Regions in which matters regarding the availability of kindergartens are worse than others are Stavropol and Krasnoyarsk Territories, Karachay-Cherkessia and North Ossetia-Alania. High provision of preschool children with kindergartens in the Vologda, Vladimir, Novgorod, Arkhangelsk regions, on Chukotka, Sakhalin and in the Primorsky Territory.
In general, the indicators make you think. And first of all, think about how the official figures will coincide with the real ones, if there was a possibility of such a comparison across all regions of the country?
More official statistics can be found on the Internet site. trudvsem.ru.