The share of the Russian population which claims to feel ethnic tensions in the areas where they live is now 18 percent – the lowest since 2005, when researchers first addressed the issue, reports the independent public opinion center Levada.
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Some 79 percent of people in Russia believe that Ankara's apology for the downing a Russian Su-24 attack aircraft was offered too late, a poll conducted by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM) and published on Monday ...
The majority of Russians (77 percent) are satisfied with their lives, according to a new poll released on Monday by the state-run public opinion researcher, VTsIOM.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - A Russian Defence Ministry official, Igor Konashenkov, on Thursday denied U.S. allegations that the Russian military had used cluster bombs in populated areas in Syria, RIA news agency reported.
Polling conducted by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (Vtsiom), post-Soviet Russia's oldest polling institution, has found that 94 percent of Russians would not like to see a Euromaidan-like scenario in Russia, with 76 per...