Health above all

Strong health and lack of bad habits are major indicators of wellbeing for 70 percent of Belarusians — as indicated by Information-Analytical Centre’s sociological poll
Strong health and lack of bad habits are major indicators of wellbeing for 70 percent of Belarusians — as indicated by Information-Analytical Centre’s sociological poll

High salaries and material independence are in second place, being cited by 64.5 percent of Belarusians, while strong families are in third place as an indicator of wellbeing, noted by 63 percent of respondents. Meanwhile, 59.5 percent voted for positive human characteristics, behaviour and education. Love and respect were named by 53 percent of Belarusians, and 30 percent opted for a successful career and high status.

During another sociological poll, most Belarusian citizens (77 percent) said that the country primarily needs order and stability. Maintaining living standards was mentioned by 51.5 percent of respondents and 49 percent focused on medical services. The state’s sovereignty and independence is cited by 49 percent, while the quality of food and industrial products is mentioned by 45.5 percent. Achievements in the field of socially oriented state policy are important to 39 percent, while the successes of Belarusian sportsmen are cited by 34.5 percent. 

Both sociological polls, held from September 30th to October 7th, covered all regional centres of Belarus and the city of Minsk, in addition to district cities and villages.

By Maria Lokotko
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