SURFING THE INTERNET: FOR WORK OR ENTERTAINMENT?.
Most of users visit the Internet for professional or academic purposes. Russians also find it hard to do without listening to their favorite music,
WHAT DO RUSSIANS READ?.
Reading news on social media and in mass media sources is the most popular reading activity among Russians.
MOSCOW, September 18, 2018. Russian Public Opinion Research Center
ALCOHOLISM AND HOW TO FIGHT IT.
Ban on selling alcohol to persons under the age of 21 and promoting healthy lifestyle are the anti-alcohol measures favored by most of Russians.
MOSCOW, September 14,
TERRORIST THREAT AND SYRIA.
Confidence of Russians in the authorities’ capability to handle the terrorist threat is rising amid Syrian government’s restored control and successful efforts to eliminate
MOSCOW MAYORAL ELECTIONS: INDEX DYNAMICS.
Turnout forecast remains stable; Sobyanin’s position is strengthening.
MOSCOW, September 3, 2018. Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) presents the
NO SMOKING HERE!.
Today most of Russians do not smoke. Half of smokers are willing to quit smoking in the near future.
MOSCOW, August 21, 2018. Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) presents
CONSPIRACY THEORY AGAINST RUSSIA.
Most of Russians believe that there is a group of people who try to destroy the moral values of the Russian people and to rewrite the Russian history.
DISABILITY IN RUSSIA: WITHOUT BARRIERS AND LIMITATIONS.
Russians see positive changes in the attitudes of people towards the disabled people as well as improved accessibility for them in urban areas.
SOUTH OSSETIA: TEN YEARS AFTER THE WAR.
Russians consider that the decision to recognize the independence of South Ossetia was right. The Russia-Georgia relations show positive dynamics.
RUSSIA VIEWED BY FOREIGNERS: WORLD CUP LEGACY.
Russians consider that foreign visitors have felt a sense of “respect”, “admiration” and “liking” towards Russia after the World Cup.
MOSCOW, August 9,
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