Press release №1992
ALCOHOL ADDICTION AND HOW TO FIGHT IT. The problem of alcoholism indirectly affects more than one-third of respondents. Almost two-thirds of Russians would support an anti-alcohol campaign. MOSCOW, 
   Press release №1991
MOSCOW: A CITY OF OPPORTUNITIES?. Moscow is good for studying, working and earning money but any place within Russia is good for living, loving and raising children, Russians say. MOSCOW, September 8, 
   Press release №1990
RUSSIAN FAR EAST: A GROWTH AREA. Russian Far East attracts Russians with its high salaries, social benefits and environmental conditions MOSCOW, September 6, 2017. The Russian Public Opinion Research 
   Press release №1989
RUSSIA AND KOREA: TIES AND MUTUAL REPRESENTATIONS. The study reveals positive assessments of the development of relations between Russia and the Republic of Korea; the prospects for partner 
   Press release №1988
WHAT INSPIRES VOLUNTEERS?. Volunteers are driven by non-material things such as leisure, the desire to be useful, and self-realization. MOSCOW, September 1, 2017. The Russian Public Opinion Research 
   Press release №1987
WHY YOUTH NEEDS POLITICS?. Young people seek ‘drive’ and career opportunities in politics and social movements; they consider justice to be the most important thing in the country’s development; they 
   Press release №1986
WORKING IN MILITARY AND DEFENSE INDUSTRY. Russians highly appreciate the prestige and income of those employed in the defense industry. MOSCOW, August 23, 2017. The Russian Public Opinion Research 
   Press release №1985
SERGEY UDALTSOV AND THE LEFT WING OF THE RUSSIAN POLITICS. After four years in jail Sergey Udaltsov fell out of favor with most Russians. MOSCOW, August 22, 2017. The Russian Public Opinion Research 
   Press release №1984
FLAG, COAT OF ARMS AND ANTHEM: RUSSIAN PRIDE. Emotional perception of national symbols keeps increasing year-by-year. MOSCOW, August 21, 2017. Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) 
   Press release №1983
ALEXEY ULYUKAYEV: WRONGLY ACCUSED?. Most of Russians consider that the bribery allegations against the former head of the Ministry of Economic Development are fair, however many respondents still doubt 

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