Living in the Russian capital more than this fear of explosions and fires. Writes NEWSmsk.com, from them Muscovites insure their possessions in the first place. In second place – a flood. These are data from a survey conducted to identify major developments in the insurance market in 13 major Russian cities. The study involved 7,100 Russians aged 21 to 55 years, to make financial decisions or influence decision making in the family. According to the survey, residents of the capital, just like their compatriots from the regions, placing roughly equal claims to insurance companies, except for some nuances.
For example, residents of the regions increasingly pay attention to the fact that the insurer is compensated and minor damages that may be relevant to the occurrence, but also provides the ability to pay premiums in installments. Respondents from Moscow choose an insurance company on the recommendation of friends. In addition, they are interested in organizing experience in the field of property insurance. First, the majority of Russians, regardless of where they live, insure the apartment (as at least 78% of respondents). In second place – giving and other buildings on private land.
And, to insure such property Muscovites have resorted more often than people in the regions: 32% vs 25%, respectively. The regions most insure domestic appliances and furniture. The study also showed that most Russians are afraid of fires and explosions. It is up to them, insure their property 88% of respondents from the regions and 86% of Moscow. Second in popularity is insurance against damage to water (heavy rains, flooding, floods, etc.). And, characteristically, in the capital, those who are trying to protect their property from this scourge, there were more than in other regions of Russia: 63% vs. 53% respectively. About half the study participants are afraid of wrongful acts of third parties, over 1 / 3 – natural disasters. The work of employees of insurance companies "completely satisfied" only 34% of respondents. More than half (61%) of respondents, the insured property, note that "most satisfied", the service of his company. According to researchers, this suggests that, despite the absence of serious complaints, residents of large cities not have much confidence in insurance companies.