Press release №2224
FORGOTTEN WALL. The memory of the Berlin Wall, its construction and fall disappears. MOSCOW, November 07, 2019. In anticipation of the 30th Anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall Russian Public 
   Press release №2223
NATIONAL UNITY: A DREAM OR REALITY?. Russians consider national unity a great value and want to celebrate the holiday. Unity is what we need and what we are lacking. MOSCOW, October 31, 2019. Russian 
   Press release №2222
FRIENDS OR ENEMIES. External military threat to Russia is decreasing, Russians say. MOSCOW, October 28, 2019. Russian Public Opinion Research Centre (VCIOM) presents the results of a survey 
   Press release №2221
UNITED NATIONS: AN IMPORTANT INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTION OR A HIGH-COST DECORATION?. Russians are getting more and more skeptical about the U.N. effectiveness. The Russia’s membership in the U.N. does 
   Press release №2220
‘INVOLVED FATHERHOOD’, OR WHAT CHILDREN PRIZE ABOVE MONEY. Today an ideal father should not only be able to provide for the family but also be actively involved in child-rearing. MOSCOW, October 23, 
   Press release №2219
“VICTIMS OF PERESTROIKA”: A NEW CATEGORY?. oppose the idea to introduce a new category of beneficiaries. MOSCOW, October 21, 2019. Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) presents the data of a 
   Press release №2218
GRETA THUNBERG: ACTIVIST OR PUPPET?. The Swedish activist is known to every third Russian. The topic and emotional content of her activism inspire respect but her aggressive attitude and young age are 
   Press release №2217
VACCINATION: A HOT-BUTTON ISSUE OR AN IMPORTANT MEASURE?. Fifty-eight percent of Russians do not make plans to get vaccinated against flu this year; the main reason behind that is their satisfaction 
   Press release №2216
HIGHER EDUCATION WITH A FOREIGN ACCENT. Every third respondent would like his/her children to get higher education abroad. British, German and American universities are the most prestigious. MOSCOW, 
   Press release №2215
LEARNING FOREIGN LANGUAGES: A GOOD INVESTMENT?. Knowing foreign languages is necessary and important, according to 63%; however, only 25% of respondents are going to learn them within a year.  

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