2018 YEAR IN REVIEW: EVENTS, PEOPLE, ASSESSMENTS. EXPECTATIONS FOR 2019.
Russians say that the outgoing year was better personally for them and their family members, however the national-scale dynamics
IMMIGRATION TO RUSSIA: BENEFIT OR HARM?.
Russians have become more loyal towards immigrants; however they still think that they bring more problems than benefits for the receiving country.
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS.
Two-thirds of men and four-fifth of women consider violence against women as important problem.
MOSCOW, December 11, 2018. Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) presents
RUSSIAN SCIENCE: LEADER OR OUTSIDER.
According to respondents, the Russian science is leading in space and military spheres, while health care needs more attention.
MOSCOW, December 10, 2018. Russian
ELECTIONS AGAINST THE BACKDROP OF CRIMEA:
VIEWS OF THE PAST AND GLIMPSE INTO THE FUTURE.
A monograph by VCIOM sociologists devoted to the Russians’ political behavior in the 2016-2018 electoral cycle
BELARUS AND KAZAKHSTAN: RUSSIA’S TOP PARTNERS IN POST-SOVIET SPACE.
Russians traditionally consider Belarus and Kazakhstan as the most successful CIS countries and Russia’s key partners.
KERCH STRAIT INCIDENT: WHO IS TO BLAME?.
Russians primarily blame Ukraine for provoking the Kerch incident, whereas an overwhelming majority of respondents approve of Russia’s behavior.
RUSSIAN CONSTITUTION: OUR RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS.
The most important rights and freedoms declared in the Russian Constitution are social rights to health care, education and social security.
PEOPLE WITH HIV AMONG US.
Today Russians are more tolerant towards HIV-infected individuals than before.
MOSCOW, November 30, 2018. Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) presents the
CULTURAL LIFE OF RUSSIANS: BASIC TRENDS.
MOSCOW, November 29, 2018. Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) presents the findings of a survey devoted to the Russian cultural life.
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