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Russians are proud that Crimea and Sevastopol are part of Russia.
Assessments of Gorbachev’s performance are largely negative three decades after he left office.
Russians have friendly attitudes to the European Union but they are not going to join it.
The bilateral relations are stagnant; however the populations of both countries consider that their countries must be friends.
Today 11 percent of respondents seem to be ready to support the new party resulted from the merger of A Just Russia, For Truth and…
Today the public expect the government to provide social assistance, to protect traditional values and to strengthen the role of…
Unification of A Just Russia, For Truth and Patriots of Russia increased the electoral potential of the three parties.
The share of Russians who trust Vladimir Putin is 66.5%; 61.6% approve of the job the President is doing.
Two-thirds of parents who have teenage sons would like them to serve in the Russian army.
Six percent of Russians eligible to vote declare their willingness to vote for A Just Russia. However, the core of the electorate…