Press release №1951
INTERNET VS TELEVISION: THE FIGHT GOES ON. Over the last three years the share of Russians who consider television to be the most important media has decreased from 60% to 52%. MOSCOW, May 3, 2017. 
   Press release №1950
FRENCH ELECTION: RUSSIANS’ LIKING. Every second Russian kept track of the presidential campaign that took place in France and recognized the importance of the results of the election, as the 
   Press release №1949
WHAT WILL BE THE WORLD LOOK LIKE TOMORROW?. Within the framework of the VIII Gaidar Forum-2017 "Russia and the World" a new joint project of VCIOM and Valdai Club "Future preparedness 
   Press release №1948
CHEMICAL ATTACK IN SYRIA: FIRST ASSESSMENTS. Only 4% of respondents think that the chemical attack in Syria was carried out by the Assad’s forces, according to the VCIOM-Sputnik daily omnibus surveys. 
   Press release №1947
TRUMP’S AMERICA: NEITHER FRIEND, NOR ENEMY…?. The recent developments have had a negative impact on the public attitudes towards president Trump. Approximately a third of Russians think that a military 
   Press release №1946
ST PETERSBURG TERRORIST ATTACK: FIRST ASSESSMENTS. The St Petersburg metro explosion drew a wide response among Russians but it did not lead to panic, according to VCIOM-Sputnik daily omnibus 
   Press release №1945
BANNING SOCIAL MEDIA?. Russians expressed their opinion on a legislative initiative regarding social media. MOSCOW, April 10, 2017. The Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) presents the 
   Press release №1944
WITHOUT THE INTERNET. According to the VCIOM-Sputnik omnibus survey results, the life of every fourth Russian would dramatically change, if the Internet disappeared forever. MOSCOW, April 7, 2017. 
   Press release №1943
UKRAINE VS. RUSSIAN BANKS: WHAT TO DO?. Every second Russian thinks that Moscow should respond to Kiev’s discriminatory policies towards Russian banks. MOSCOW, April 5, 2017. The Russian Public 
   Press release №1942
ALEXANDER LUKASHENKO: A PORTRAIT. VCIOM-Sputnik daily omnibus survey data suggest that most of Russians have positive emotions about the Belarusian president but they are more categorical when 

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