Almost a third of Russians admitted procrastination tendencies

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A new poll by the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center showed that about 30 percent of Russians noticed a habit of putting things off “for later.” Among young people aged 18 to 24, this share was even higher – 37 percent.

14 percent of those surveyed said they never found themselves feeling lazy

With the term “procrastination”, which in psychology describes the tendency to constantly postpone even important and urgent matters, 74 percent of the respondents were unfamiliar. 13 percent heard it, but found it difficult to define it. 4 percent suggested that this word means idleness, 6 percent gave it a generally correct definition.