CLIMATE CHANGE: IS IT WARM OR COLD…?.
An overwhelming majority of Russians think that the global climate is changing. At the same time, the VCIOM-Sputnik survey data suggest that more than half of
RUSSIA-DONBASS-UKRAINE: IN OPPOSITE COURSES.
Russians are still indifferent towards the situation in Donbass and support local residents, according to the Sputnik survey data.
MOSCOW, July 21, 2017.
MEMORY OF STALIN: PRO ET CONTRA.
Russians would opt for Stalin’s achievements rather than failures, according to the recent VCIOM-Sputnik survey findings.
MOSCOW, July 20, 2017. The Russian
RUSSIA - U.S.A.: A LANDMARK MEETING?.
After the meeting between the American president and the Russian president the attitudes of Russians towards D. Trump and the United States improved, according to
MONITORING ON THE SITUATION IN UKRAINE.
More than two-thirds of Russians keep track of events in Ukraine; negative opinions prevail.
MOSCOW, July 12, 2017. The Russian Public Opinion Research Center
YOUTH AND POLITICS: COMMON POINTS.
Generally, Russians are appreciating the idea to engage young people in public and political life; however, young people themselves seem to be less interested,
DOLLAR EXCHANGE RATE FORECAST BY RUSSIANS.
More Russians keep track of US currency fluctuations in 2017.
MOSCOW, July 4, 2017. The Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) presents the results
MODERN FAMILY: WHO IS THE HEAD?.
Family is increasingly valued by Russians, but the relationships within the family are being quickly modernized, according to the latest data of VCIOM-Sputnik daily
STALIN’S REPRESSIONS: CRIME OR PUNISHMENT?.
The topic of Stalin’s repressions is still assessed ambiguously by Russians.
MOSCOW, July 5, 2017. The Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM), the
EMIGRATION MOOD OF RUSSIANS - 2017.
The data of VCIOM-Sputnik daily omnibus reveals a trend towards steady decrease in the number of those willing to leave Russia; the choices are more reasonable
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