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Almost two thirds of Russians (63%) usually buy food products in minor stores
57% of Russians prefer food markets and fairs. Another 31% buy food in supermarkets and major trade centers, while 14% are happy with street stalls' range of products. These are the data published by the independent Russian Public Opinion and Market Research (ROMIR Monitoring) holding that conducted a representative survey among 1,500 Russians in 100 cities and villages in March. Since respondents were offered multiple-choice questionnaires, the valuated amount exceeds 100%. Respondents in large cities, 50%-55% of them, buy food products both in minor stores and markets, and large trade centers. However, in small towns and villages people prefer small shops, 71%-72%. High-income respondents visit markets almost as often as respondents in the low-income group, 55% and 59% respectively. However, 46% of respondents in the high-income group buy food in large supermarkets, while only 18% of low-income respondents said they went to supermarkets. Respondents with middle incomes, prefer small stores (65%) to supermarkets (26%).
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