This paper considers results of statistical analysis based on sociological questioning of population's treatments of Russian socio-economic reforms. Groupings, regression and component analysis confirm the facts of considerable differentiation of population to attitude to the purpose and methods of the transformations. The greater part of population want to see mixed national economy in Russia but attitudes to actions of governments and course of reforms negative and has not possibilities of adaptation to new conditions. Minority characterized by more young age, higher education and aspirations to material riches. This part of population are adapted and keeps up the reforms. There are no possibilities to state the direction of changes of revealed differentiation.