Press release №1915
VCIOM LAUNCHES SOCIOLOGICAL “SPUTNIK”. The Sputnik survey launched by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center is the first daily omnibus survey in the Russian history; it allows to get the Russian 
   Press release №1914
THE 2016 VLADIMIR PUTIN PRESS CONFERENCE: FIRST IMPRESSIONS. Half of Russians are aware of what the press conference involving Vladimir Putin was about. The level of satisfaction with the presidents’ 
   Press release №1913
RATING OF POLITICAL PARTIES, CONDIFENCE IN POLITICAL LEADERS, AND GOVERNMENT AGENCIES PERFORMANCE APPROVALS. The presidential approval ratings hit annual high. MOSCOW, December 29, 2016.  Russian 
   Press release №1912
PROBLEM BACKGROUND: YEAR IN REVIEW. Economic issues are still the most sensitive for Russians. Respondents also point out health care problems more frequently in 2016. MOSCOW, December 28, 2016.  
   Press release №1911
ALCOHOL CONSUMERS: SWITCHING TO 21+?. Three-quarters of Russians support the idea to increase the age limit for purchasing alcohol. MOSCOW, December 27, 2016.  Russian Public Opinion Research 
   Press release №1910
2016 YEAR IN REVIEW: EVENTS, PEOPLE, ASSESSMENTS. EXPECTATIONS FOR 2017. For Russians and their families 2016 was similar to the previous year. But the dynamics of public assessments on a national 
   Press release №1909
BACK IN THE USSR?. Most of Russians think that the re-establishment of the USSR is not possible but the idea of uniting the former Soviet republics is supported by Russians. MOSCOW, December 23, 
   Press release №1908
RATING OF POLITICAL PARTIES, CONDIFENCE IN POLITICAL LEADERS, AND GOVERNMENT AGENCIES PERFORMANCE APPROVALS. The United Russia electoral rating keeps increasing for the second consecutive 
   Press release №1907
RUSSIAN SOCIAL WELL-BEING: 2016 YEAR RESULTS. Economic Situation Index went up from 17 p. in the beginning of the year to 42 p. in December. Public assessments of the political situation and country’s 
   Press release №1906
RUSSIA AND CIS COUNTRIES: SUCCESS, RELIABILITY AND TRUST. As before, Russians consider Belarus and Kazakhstan to be the most successful CIS countries and Russia’s key partners.  MOSCOW, December 

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