Press release №2034
2018 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: CANDIDATE RATINGS. Vladimir Putin’s electoral rating reached 71.4% in early February. The share of Russians who are willing to take part in election is 79.3%. MOSCOW, 
   Press release №2033
SEPARATE INTERNET: ILLUSION OR REALITY?. Russians like the idea to create an independent Internet for the BRICS countries.  MOSCOW, January 29, 2018. The Russian Public Opinion Research Center 
   Press release №2032
2018 RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: TWO MONTHS TO GO BEFORE THE VOTING. VCIOM has launched a research project devoted to the 2018 presidential election. The election results will be available at 
   Press release №2031
DIGITAL MEDIA ERA: PAPER VERSUS SCREEN. The increasing popularity of online media is provided by young consumers and metropolitan population. MOSCOW, January 10, 2018. The Russian Public Opinion 
   Press release №2029
RUSSIAN ATHLETES AT THE 2018 WINTER OPYMPICS. Most of Russians support the decision of the Russian athletes to compete at the 2018 Olympic Games under neutral flag. MOSCOW, December 22, 2017. The 
   Press release №2030
YEAR IN REVIEW: EVENTS, PEOPLE, ASSESSMENTS, EXPECTATIONS FOR 2018. Assessing the outgoing year, more respondents have expressed positive evaluations for the second year in a row. Russians have greater 
   Press release №2028
2017 VLADIMIR PUTIN PRESS CONFERENCE: FIRST IMPRESSIONS. Every seventh respondent watched the press conference from the beginning till the end. MOSCOW, December 19, 2017. The Russian Public Opinion 
   Press release №2027
ROBOTICS: A POSSIBILITY OR A DANGER?. Three-quarters of employed Russians consider that their work cannot be automated and are not afraid of losing their jobs because of robots.   MOSCOW, 
   Press release №2026
CONSTITUTION: TO ALTER OR TO LEAVE IT AS IT IS?. Russians believe that the Constitution is not sufficiently respected in Russia. Most of problems deal with the observance of social and economic rights 
   Press release №2025
DOPING IN SPORT AND ANTI-DOPING MEASURES. Russians consider there is no room for doping in sport but they think Russian athletes must be protected against politicized anti-doping rhetoric. MOSCOW, 

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