Press release №2190
SOCIAL MOODS. Modern youth show the highest degree of social optimism. MOSCOW, June 27, 2019. Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) presents the findings of a survey describing the social 
   Press release №2189
YOUTH ACTIVISM AND COMMON GOOD. More and more Russians think it is important for young people to participate in the political life of their country.  MOSCOW, June 27, 2019. Russian Public 
   Press release №2188
YOUTH 2.0. Does being sociable, sporty and materialistic make young people distinct from others? MOSCOW, June 25, 2019. Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) presents the findings of a 
   Press release №2187
CONFIDENCE IN POLITICAL LEADERS; PRESIDENTIAL AND GOVERNMENT’ S PERFORMANCE APPROVALS; RATING OF PARTIES. Presidential approvals are at 64.3%; 72.3% of Russians say they trust Vladimir Putin. MOSCOW, 
   Press release №2186
PERCEPTIONS OF FATHERHOOD. Most of Russians consider that men are able to take care of their small children and do the household chores just like women. MOSCOW, June 18, 2019. Russian Public Opinion 
   Press release №2185
2018 FIFA WORLD CUP IN RUSSIA: A YEAR LATER. Russians are proud of the organization of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. MOSCOW, June 14, 2019. Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) presents the 
   Press release №2184
RUSSIA DAY. Army, people and sport are there main things Russians are proud of. MOSCOW, June 11, 2019. Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) presents the findings of a survey devoted to 
   Press release №2183
OPPOSITE-SEX FRIENDSHIP: IMPOSSIBLE POSSIBLE?. The survey shows that neither gender nor age nor income is a significant barrier to friendship. MOSCOW, June 7, 2019. Russian Public Opinion Research 
   Press release №2182
DO YOU NEED A PLASTIC BAG?. Two-thirds of Russians use plastic bags; the majority say they are ready to refuse plastic or stop using it.  MOSCOW, June 5, 2019. Russian Public Opinion Research 
   Press release №2181
SCHIZOPHRENIA: A PATHOLOGICAL FEAR. According to respondents, most of Russians feel sympathy and pity towards persons with mental disorders. However more than one-third of respondents consider that 

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