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5, more than double proportion of men ended up in our ‘comfortable’ category than did women, while nearly half of women ended up with an income below the subsistence minimum as opposed to a quarter of men. The proportions of men and women in our coping and excluded categories were roughly equal. This pattern was fairly consistent across the regions, with the major exception being Syktyvkar. 4%) 191 (100%) Here, roughly equal proportions of men and women—14 per cent and 12 per cent respectively (three of each)—were categorised as ‘comfortable’ by the end of our Dealing with devastation in Russia: men and women compared 19 research.

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