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Despite a long pause in Russia-Ukraine relations, Russians are still confident that the bilateral relations need to be improved.
Most of Russians perceive Ukraine as a fraternal country, despite recent conflicts and difficulties in bilateral relations.
Most of Russians favor neither Poroshenko nor Zelensky; however respondents really hope that Zelensky is the one who might restore…
More than half of Russians consider that the Ukrainian presidential elections will not have any impact on Russia-Ukraine…
Russians traditionally consider Belarus and Kazakhstan as the most successful CIS countries and Russia’s key partners.
Russians primarily blame Ukraine for provoking the Kerch incident, whereas an overwhelming majority of respondents approve of…
After the regime change Russians do not find any improvements in the bilateral relations but they believe that in the future the…
Russians are still indifferent towards the situation in Donbass and support local residents, according to the Sputnik survey data.
More than two-thirds of Russians keep track of events in Ukraine; negative opinions prevail.
The VCIOM-Sputnik survey data suggest that Russia’s potential military rivals are the U.S. and Ukraine, and allies - Belarus,…