More than half of Russians don't want to see President Vladimir Putin stay in office after 2018, according to a new survey. Fifty-five percent of Russians want a completely new president, while 22 percent said they would be satisfied if Putin were re-elected and 8 percent said they would be happy to see Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev return to the Kremlin, according to the...
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A new poll released Wednesday said that 80 percent of Russians support the government’s move to impose a complete ban on smoking in public places, a significant increase from a November poll by a different organization that showed only between 18 and 31 percent support. The reasons for the difference were not immediately clear.
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Most Russians approve of women participating in political activities, and would like them to occupy top state posts on a par with men, according to an opinion poll published by the Levada Center on Wednesday.
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About three-quarters of Russians support raising the minimum legal age for buying alcohol to 21 from the current 18, according to a poll released Tuesday by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM).
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The proportion of Russians who are positive about Russian-US relations has fallen from 53 percent to 39 percent since last fall, according to an opinion poll by the state-run All-Russian Center for Public Opinion Study (VTsIOM).
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The city’s unemployment rate rose to a four-month high in January despite the fact that the city continues to add [...]The post City’s unemployment rate rises despite record number of jobs appeared first on Metro.us.
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Almost one in four Russians (23 per cent) expect the human race to be contacted by representatives of an alien civilization in the next 50 years, says an opinion poll.
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28 percent of Russians say they would not mind a revival of the monarchy in the country, a poll has revealed, noting however that people don’t know anyone who could fill such a position.Read Full Article at RT.com
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A majority of Russians said they are against the practice, common in western countries, of empowering special agencies with the ability to remove children from their parents for various reasons.Read Full Article at RT.com
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Levada just released a fascinating poll on Russians' use of computers. While I knew that Russians were increasingly likely to use the internet, a phenomenon which largely explains the popularity of a tech-savvy person like Alexey Navalny, even I was shocked by the sheer scale of change and the rapidity with which internet use has become the norm.
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