Political monotony in France

November 6 – Valery Fedorov participated in the work of the round table “Political monotomy in France: internal situation and France`s position in the world in Hollande`s...

Results for Summer 2014: Crimea, vacation and tourist companies` bankruptcy

September 30 – Valery Fedorov took part in the press conference “Results for Summer 2014: Crimea, vacation and tourist companies` bankruptcy”. You can download the PPT file (in...

Moldova between West and East? Sociologist`s outlook.

September 9 – Valery Fedorov participated in the meeting of the International media club “Format A3” that took place in Kishinev and told about the influence of statistics and...

Civil War in Ukraine: thoughts, feelings, likes and dislikes expressed by Russians

July 31, 2014 - VCIOM`s press conference was held at the INA “Russia Today”; the press conference was devoted to the dynamics of Russian assessments of the Ukrainian developments....

Between institutional dungeons and the dragons of public opinion: Russian Internet regulation

03.03.2015

Gregory Asmolov, a PhD researcher at the LSE, argues that new data from Russia suggest revisiting policies for mitigation of radical Internet regulation, based on his recent paper that explores why Russian public opinion is generally in favour of regulation.

Source: LSE Blog

Mehr als ein Viertel der Russen macht sich für den großen Krieg bereit

02.03.2015

Während die pro-russischen Separatisten ihre Truppen in der Ukraine verstärken, denkt US-Präsident Obama über Waffenlieferungen an Kiew nach. Nun wächst in Russland die Sorge, dass es zu einem offenen Krieg kommen könnte - mit fatalen Auswirkungen.

Source: Focus

Łukaszenka gra z Kremlem w jednej drużynie

26.02.2015

Nie wierzmy w niezależność Łukaszenki. Białoruski prezydent uzgadnia swą politykę wobec Zachodu z Władimirem Putinem - mówi związany z Kremlem politolog Kiriłł Koktysz.

Source: Wyborcza.pl

Más de un tercio de los rusos teme recortes y despidos, según una encuesta

18.02.2015

Moscú, 18 feb (EFECOM).- Más de un tercio de los rusos teme que la crisis económica en el país se traduzca en recortes salariales y despidos, según una encuesta difundida hoy por el Centro de Estudios de la Opinión Pública (VTSIOM, por sus siglas en ruso).

Anti-Putin Opposition Looks to Russian Spring for Revival

17.02.2015

Just before he was jailed for handing out leaflets at a metro station, Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny used his last moments in a Moscow court to record a video urging supporters to join a March 1 protest against President Vladimir Putin.

Source: Bloomberg

Poll: Only 3% of Russians Think West Is Meddling in Ukraine

02.02.2015

Despite widespread state news reports that Western governments had been meddling in Ukraine, only 3 percent of Russians think this is true, a respected state pollster said Monday.

PRESS DIGEST - RUSSIA - Feb 2

02.02.2015

MOSCOW, Feb 2 (Reuters) - The following are some of the stories in Russian newspapers on Monday. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Source: Dailymail
March, 2015
  • Satisfaction with life
    57
  • Social optimism
    61
  • Financial state
    63
  • Economic situation in the country
    42
  • Political situation
    61
  • General vector of development
    70

Electoral rating of political parties

Confidence in political leaders

Ratings of state institutions

Ratings of social institution

Electoral rating of political leaders