Polls

Armenian citizens still prefer Pashinyan

A public opinion poll conducted by the Armenian office of the Gallup International Аssociation found that 38.8% believe that Nikol Pashinyan should remain in the post of prime minister, 17.6% found it difficult to answer. 43.6% of …

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Сlimate change is a global emergency, UN poll finds

Nearly two-thirds of respondents believe that climate change is a "global emergency," according to a survey of 1.2 million people in dozens of countries around the globe - and many want urgent action to tackle the problem. …

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Russians’ economic optimism at 1998 low

Russians’ economic optimism for 2021 has fallen to a two-decade low, according to a Gallup International poll cited by the RBC news website. The survey results come after a year when Russians’ incomes fell and the …

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Poll: Biden leads Trump by 12 points nationally

Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leads U.S. President Donald Trump by 12 points in a new national poll. The latest Monmouth University survey finds Biden at 53%, compared to Trump at 41%, The Hill reported. …

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Russians reveal where they prefer to search for love

About one in two Russians (48%) think that it is better to look for their "other half" in their friend circle, according to a poll held by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center in the run-up to St. Valentine’s Day. …

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Life gets better in Russia - VCIOM

Almost 80% of Russians are satisfied with their lives, according to the results of the poll conducted by the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM). "As of now, 79% of respondents said that they are satisfied with …

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What parties and politicians most trusted in Georgia?

An International Republican Institute (IRI) poll reads that with the 2020 parliamentary elections less than a year away, a clear front-runner has yet to emerge. If the parliamentary elections are held this Sunday, the Georgian Dream …

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Russians assess ties with U.S. - poll

Most Russians (85%) view the current relations between Russia and the United States in a negative way, and more than half of those polled (52%) describe them as tense, according to a poll conducted by the Russian Public Opinion Research …

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What are Russians afraid of in 2019?

Russians’ main fears remain social injustice, falling incomes and the possibility of being left without free medical aid, while international conflicts, job loss and rising crime are the least worry. These findings are the results of a …

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