Press release №2244
CHRISTMAS: A HOLIDAY FOR EVERYONE. Three-quarters of Russians are going to celebrate the Orthodox Christmas; 85% of Russians usually congratulate their family and friends on this holiday. MOSCOW, 
   Press release №2243
WHAT RUSSIANS ASK FATHER FROST IN 2019?. With the New Year approaching, Russians ask Father Frost health, well-being and happiness. MOSCOW, December 30, 2019. Russian Public Opinion Research Centre 
   Press release №2242
RESULTS OF 2019: EVENTS, PERSONALITIES, ASSESSMENTS, AND EXPECTATIONS FOR 2020. Russians are more positive about the future. The share of Russians who have hopes and expect changes for the better, both 
   Press release №2241
RUSSIAN-UKRAINIAN RELATIONS: TOWARDS REALISM. Russian Public Opinion Research Center and Center for Current Policy (CCP) present a joint study following the Normandy Four Summit held in France on 
   Press release №2240
“BAD PEACE” OR “GOOD WAR”?. The topic of domestic violence is widely discussed in the Russian society and evokes strong emotions in respondents. MOSCOW, December 16, 2019. Russian Public Opinion 
   Press release №2239
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND BUSINESS: ANY RELATIONSHIP?. Most of the surveyed entrepreneurs are aware of artificial intelligence; however half of them are not going to use this technology in their 
   Press release №2238
RUSSIAN PROTEST MOODS. MOSCOW, December 11, 2019. Russian Public Opinion Research Centre (VCIOM) presents the data of a monitoring survey describing protest moods of Russians. More than half of 
   Press release №2237
HEROES OF OUR TIME: DOCTOR, RESCUER AND MILITARY MAN. A hero of our time is someone who is honest, decent and fair-minded. At the professional level, this could be a doctor, an EMEROCM rescuer or a 
   Press release №2236
VOLUNTEERS: HEROES OF NOWADAYS. The number of volunteers keeps increasing, according to 73% of Russians. This share has tripled over eleven years.   MOSCOW, December 5, 2019. Russian Public 
   Press release №2235
INTERNATIONAL DAY OF DISABLED PERSONS - 2019. More than half of respondents say that the Russian attitudes towards persons with disabilities have improved; every fifth considers that the government 

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