Study: nearly 70% of those wishing to marry Russians postponed the wedding

Almost 70% of those wishing to marry Russians on the background of the pandemic coronavirus made the decision to fully or partially postpone this ceremony, the study of Raiffeisenbank. The results are available to RIA Novosti.

Analysts at credit institutions interviewed in July 2020. It was attended by over 10 thousand people from Moscow, St.-Petersburg, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Rostov-na-Donu, Samara, Yaroslavl, Ufa, Chelyabinsk, and other cities and million plus cities cities with population less than one million people.

This year, many Russians had to postpone the wedding or to celebrate it online, without family and friends. However, it helped them to save and spend money for other purposes. In the end, every fourth wedding cost newlyweds less than 100 thousand rubles. Most are saving for the wedding targeted, and loans are used much less frequently.

"Almost half of the respondents the result is saved on the wedding, a little more than 51% savings felt. Most managed to save more than 50 thousand rubles. The income of almost 80% of respondents do not exceed 60 thousand rubles per month. 74% have savings, and loans are only 63% of respondents," calculated dimension.