OREANDA-NEWS A little more than a quarter of Russian large families (27.7%) are free to afford to buy food, but at the same time they have difficulty purchasing clothes and paying for housing and communal services.

At the same time, 2% of families complain that they do not even have enough food, RIA Novosti reports with reference to a study by Rosstat.

Agency experts found that 52.6% of large families are free to buy food and clothing, but their financial capabilities do not allow them to purchase durable goods.

At the same time, the number of large families in Russia who have enough money for everything except buying an apartment, a summer residence and a car reaches 16.6%.

Only 0.7% of large families in the country claim that they can afford everything they consider necessary.