The results of several studies appeared on social networks at once, judging by which it can be concluded how much poorer the citizens of Ukraine live in comparison with even the poorest households in Russia. The basis for such conclusions was the timing of the use of various goods in three countries of the former USSR - Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.
Thus, durable goods can be roughly divided into groups: obsolete goods, everyday things, luxury goods, gadgets and cars.
The first group includes video recorders, music centers, sewing machines and cameras, etc.
The second - refrigerators, washing machines, vacuum cleaners.
The third is air conditioners and dishwashers. (In Ukraine, they turned out to be so rare that they were not even included in the calculations)... But the last group includes televisions, computers, e-books, tablets and mobile phones.
In the latter group, a funny fact stands out: poor people get themselves a truck, while the rich only use cars...