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.
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
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
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.
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
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
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
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.
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
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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