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Russians assess neighbors

Russians like Belarus and Kazakhstan most of all; they call Azerbaijan a comfortable country for living for the Russian-speaking population

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More Russians say they are afraid of terrorist attacks

Russians’ fear of becoming victims of terrorist attacks has grown against the background of latest attacks. A poll conducted by the Russia Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) said that 72% of Russians are afraid of becoming victims of a terrorist attack, while a month earlier the figure was 65%. The current level of concern is close to January 2014, when the impressions of the terrorist attack in Volgograd were fresh in people’s memories. Against this background, the number of those who do not think about this threat, has dropped from 18% to 12%.

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Russians support Syrian policy of Kremlin

A poll conducted by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) indicates that 53% of Russians approve the operation carried out by the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation in Syria. At the same time, 45% of respondents …

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Russians believe opinion polls

A poll conducted by the Russia Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) said that the majority of Russians (71%) trust the opinion polls.  At the same time, 23% of respondents do not believe the polls. This percentage is higher among …

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 Russian society united as never before

A poll conducted by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) indicates that today Russian society is united as never before. "In the period from 2012 to 2015, the proportion of respondents ...

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VCIOM: almost 90% of Russians satisfied with Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin has improved his rating by 0.8% to 89.9%, according to studies of the All-Russia Public Opinion Research Center. Experts explain it is due to the success of the Russian military …

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Where and how did Russians spend the summer?

The Director General of the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center, Valery Fedorov, spoke about where and how Russians preferred to spend their vacation this year in terms of the sanctions, the ruble devaluation and the economic crisis. …

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Results of summer 2015: Russians choose Crimea and Kuban

The All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) has conducted a public opinion poll to find out where Russian citizens spent vacations. According to it the spending of Russian tourists this year exceeded last year by a third. At the same …

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85% of Russians want to live in their homeland

A poll conducted by the Russia Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) indicates that the overwhelming majority of Russians do not intend to leave their country. 85% of respondents said that they don't want to leave Russia. 13% …

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