Polls

Russians rate Medvedev's work - poll

Assessing the results of Dmitry Medvedev's work as prime minister of the Russian Federation, Russians differed almost equally. As positive it was characterized by 40% of respondents and the same number gave a negative assessment. …

Read
Poll: Russians lose faith in banks

According to the poll results of the NAFI Analytical Center, the number of Russians trusting banks decreased. During the year the share of respondents who expressed confidence in banks decreased from 67% to 60%. At the same time, of …

Read
 Russians take pride in country’s symbols - poll

Pride and admiration are the key emotions felt by most Russians when they see the country’s national symbols, and the number of people sharing this view has risen over the past ten years, a survey conducted by the Russian Public Opinion …

Read
World trusts Putin more than Trump - survey

Russian President Vladimir Putin is more trusted than US President Donald Trump to do the right thing for the world among citizens of numerous U.S. allies, including Japan, South Korea and seven European …

Read
What do Russian people need?

Russians believe that the most serious problems that the country faces now are connected with low salaries and living standards, the state of economy and the current social policy, a survey conducted by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center …

Read
What do Russians think about new US sanctions?

Most Russians received the news of fresh US sanctions against Russia rather calmly, however, their attitude towards the US has worsened, a poll conducted by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center showed. "68% of Russians said …

Read
Trump’s approval rating hits new low

US President Donald Trump’s approval rating has plunged to a new low of 33%, a poll conducted by the Quinnipiac University showed Only a third of American voters approve of his performance in office, while 61 …

Read
Do Russians believe in banks once again?

Russians now view banks differently, as shown by a poll conducted by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM). The results show that they prefer to reduce daily expenses by keeping free funds in a bank account. "The way …

Read

Populars