Russians see Metropolitan Kirill as most likely patriarch
MOSCOW, January 22 (RIA Novosti) - Russians identify Metropolitan Kirill, the interim leader of the Russian Orthodox Church, is the most likely candidate to become the next patriarch, the Russian VTsIOM pollster said on Thursday.
   Quarter of Russians blame U.S. for conflict - poll
MOSCOW, Aug 13 (Reuters) - Russians blame the United States and Georgia for triggering the conflict in Georgia's breakaway region of South Ossetia, with just one percent pointing the finger at Moscow, an opinion poll showed on Wednesday.
   Life No Good Without
A third of the Russians view themselves dependent on something, signaled the recent poll of All-Russia’s Center for Public Opinion Studies which results are available at the official web of the pollster.
   One Duma for Two
"The contours of the new Duma in general have already been defined: it will definitely not be a one-party parliament, but it is quite possible that it could become two-party... Whatever the outcome, "Unified Russia" will receive the majority of vote close to the current, constitutional one that they now possess", - as the Director General of the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Centre (VCIOM) Valery Fedorov states.
   Battle March
Russia has passed the way from “the society of default -1998” to “the society of consumption -2007”. But will we reach new economic heights?.. The question remains an open one", as the Director General of the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Centre (VCIOM) Valery Fedorov states.
   Democracy in Russia: No End of History in Sight
Today, it is clear that political battles no longer arouse genuine public interest, while political party leaders no longer serve as role models to millions of people. Individual "privacy" - once recognized as a value in its own right - allowed citizens to choose freely between political involvement and non-involvement. Today, many use their freedom to funnel much of their vital energy into professional activity, education, family, friends, creativity, entertainment, etc.
   Democracy in Russia: No End of History in Sight
Today, it is clear that political battles no longer arouse genuine public interest, while political party leaders no longer serve as role models to millions of people. Individual "privacy" - once recognized as a value in its own right - allowed citizens to choose freely between political involvement and non-involvement. Today, many use their freedom to funnel much of their vital energy into professional activity, education, family, friends, creativity, entertainment, etc.

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