• Press release №2119
    29.11.2018
    CULTURAL LIFE OF RUSSIANS: BASIC TRENDS

    Russians more actively participate in the cultural life and are more interested in digital cultural projects.

  • Press release №2118
    27.11.2018
    ALCOHOL SALE: WHAT IS AN OPTIMAL AGE OF CONSENT

    Most of Russians support an initiative to increase the age limit from 18 to 21 for buying alcohol.

  • Press release №2117
    23.11.2018
    SOCIAL JUSTICE IN RUSSIA

    More than half of respondents consider that the level of social justice has not changed over a year. The survey findings show that to strengthen social justice the state needs to combat corruption, to provide equal rights to everyone and to pay more attention to ordinary citizens.

A meeting of MGIMO-Sciences Po

A meeting of MGIMO-Sciences Po. program graduates took place in Paris.  Valery Fedorov attended the meeting and presented the results of the French-Russian comparative study...

“Diplomatic Dialogue. Public Opinion and Public Diplomacy in International Relations” Conference

The conference “Diplomatic Dialogue. Public Opinion and Public Diplomacy in International Relations’’ was held on October 11th. The conference was organized by the Gorchakov...

“Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes” Journal is moving to a new website

Now the journal is available at the following link and provided with a digital editorial, media library and modern tools to work with the research databases. This means that...

International ethical standards in social studies: what is allowed and why in the modern world of studies.

October 9, 2018. An intensive workshop on international ethical standards in social studies was organized at the Russian Public Opinion Research Centre. The training course was...

Russia Crawls Back To Life, But Locals Feel Uneasy

20.07.2017

Russia's economy surely is better than it was a year ago. But, tell that to the Russians. Some 45% of them believe the “worst is yet to come” despite a nice 3.1% recovery in economic growth over the last 12 months ending in May, according to the Russian Public Opinion Research Centre (VTsIOM).

Source: Forbes

Overwhelming majority of Russians favor criminalizing illegal drug use

26.06.2017

Almost 80 percent of Russians say they want to bring back criminal penalties for illegal drug use, and only six support legalizing the use of soft drugs, according to the latest survey conducted by Russia’s state-run polling agency, VTSIOM.

Source: RT News

PM Karapetyan’s rating high among voters: VCIOM poll

28.03.2017

Public opinion polls of the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) over Armenia’s upcoming parliamentary election showed that the ratings of two leading forces, the Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) and Tsarukyan alliance are equal in practice, reports Armenpress.

Source: ArmenPress

PM Karapetyan’s rating high among voters: VCIOM poll

28.03.2017

Public opinion polls of the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) over Armenia’s upcoming parliamentary election showed that the ratings of two leading forces, the Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) and Tsarukyan alliance are equal in practice, reports Armenpress.

Source: ArmenPress

PM Karapetyan’s rating high among voters: VCIOM poll

28.03.2017

Public opinion polls of the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) over Armenia’s upcoming parliamentary election showed that the ratings of two leading forces, the Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) and Tsarukyan alliance are equal in practice, reports Armenpress.

Source: ArmenPress

Wie La La Land

23.03.2017

Die Begeisterung der Russen über die Annexion der Krim ist groß. Wirtschaftlich erweist sich die Einnahme bis dato vor allem als Belastung. Wladimir Putin selbst ist am Wochenende nicht auf die berühmten Sperlingsberge im Südwesten Moskaus gekommen. Das Festival namens „Frühling“ zu Ehren der Annexion der Halbinsel Krim vor drei Jahren überließ er lieber dem gemeinen Volk.

Source: Welt

Putting history to rest: Will Lenin soon be buried?

14.03.2017

MPs call for dismantling the Soviet leader’s mausoleum on Red Square. Ivan Sukharev, a State Duma deputy from the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR), sent a request to the speaker of the Federation Council, Valentina Matviyenko, to consider the issue of dismantling Vladimir Lenin's mausoleum in Red Square, RT reports.

July, 2018
  • Satisfaction with life
    50
  • Social optimism
    34
  • Financial state
    50
  • Economic situation in the country
    39
  • Political situation
    56
  • General vector of development
    51

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Confidence in political leaders

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Ratings of social institution