Two thirds of Russians expect terrorist attacks in major cities
66% of Russians expect terrorist attacks similar to the Volgograd blast in large cities of the country, say social polls of the Levada Center, Interfax reports.
15% have no such expectations, 19% gave no answer.
71% of people questioned fear to see themselves or their relatives become victims of terrorist attacks. Only 9% of people feel fully secure, compared with 14% in September 2012. 18% of Russians questioned in 2012 said that they preferred not to think about it.
The Levada Center questioned 1603 people in 45 regions in late October.