Press release №2073
TOWARDS HELSINKI SUMMIT: A CAUTIOUS HOPE. Every third Russian expects that Putin’s meeting with Trump will bring positive results. MOSCOW, July 9, 2018. Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) 
   Press release №2072
ALEXEY KUDRIN AND THE FUTURE OF THE ACCOUNTS CHAMBER. Russians’ expectations from the work of the Accounts Chamber headed by Kudrin are moderately positive. MOSCOW, June 4, 2018. Russian Public 
   Press release №2071
CORRUPTION IN RUSSIA. Opinion polls show that the fight against corruption is making much headway. MOSCOW, June 1, 2018. Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) presents the data of a 
   Press release №2070
RUSSIA AND FRANCE: THE PRESENT AND THE FUTURE. Russians have a positive image of France and the French, but the assessments of the current bilateral relations look more and more dubious. MOSCOW, May 
   Press release №2069
CRIMEAN BRIDGE: CONNECTION ESTABLISHED!. The Crimean Bridge traffic opening is an important event, according to most of Russians. MOSCOW, May 25, 2018. The Russian Public Opinion Research Center 
   Press release №2068
CONSTRAINING FACTORS OF BUSINESS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH. Economic uncertainty, low domestic demand and high taxes are the main barriers for economic growth.  MOSCOW, May 22, 2018. 
   Press release №2067
RUSSIA IS A GREAT POWER. Strong army and national spirit are two main Russia’s strengths globally, according to Russians.   MOSCOW, May 21, 2018. The Russian Public Opinion Research Center 
   Press release №2066
EUROVISION 2018: VIEWERS’ INTEREST AND JUDGES’ IMPARTIALITY. Russians are losing their interest in the Eurovision Song Contest. MOSCOW, May 18, 2018. The Russian Public Opinion Research Center 
   Press release №2065
DMITRY MEDVEDEV’S GOVERNMENT: PAST AND PRESENT. Russian expectations from the new government are moderate and positive. MOSCOW, May 17, 2018. The Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) 
   Press release №2064
ARMENIAN VELVET REVOLUTION: RUSSIAN OPINION. In Russian opinion, Armenian transition is more likely to resemble the velvet revolutions of the XX century than the orange revolutions of the 

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