RUSSIAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP: PUBLIC TRUST, OBSTACLES AND SUCCESS FACTORS.
Russians treat entrepreneurs more favorably, though they trust them less than politicians.
MOSCOW, October 9, 2017. The
DECLINING YEARS: RUSSIAN ELDERLY PERSONS.
The attitudes towards elderly persons leave much to be desired in Russia: they are underpaid, their rights are violated, and they lack attention.
RATINGS OF POLITICAL PARTIES, PUBLIC TRUST IN POLITICIANS,
APPROVALS OF GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS’ PERFORMANCE.
The State Duma and the Federation Council approval ratings keep increasing.
IMMUNIZATION FOR CHILDREN.
An overwhelming number of parents believe that childhood immunization is necessary; however every second says that influenza vaccine is not important.
POLITICAL REPRESSION IN THE 1930s AND1940s: CAUSES AND SCALE.
According to Russians, during Stalin’s time many innocent people were subject to political persecution which was immense.
PRIVATIZATION: ASSESSMENTS 25 YEARS LATER.
Despite the fact that every second Russian is ready to support nationalization, many do believe that it is not time to revise the 1990s
IS OLD AGE AN OBSTACLE TO LIVING?.
Russians are not scared of being old; moreover, they believe that old age gives more opportunities than other life stages.
MOSCOW, September 29, 2017. The Russian
RUSSIAN FEARS: SUMMER RESULTS.
The importance of most of problems returned to the levels of early 2017.
MOSCOW, September 27, 2017. The Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) presents the
KOREAN CRISIS: WHAT STANCE SHOULD RUSSIA TAKE?.
Russians are confident that the Korean crisis is caused by the U.S.A rather than the North Korea. Russia’s role, as seen by Russians, is to be a mediator
RUSSIAN HISTORY: GIVING “EXCELLENT” MARK WITH “UNSATISFACTORY” IN MIND.
Most of Russians believe that knowing the Russian history is essential. But not everyone knows the history well.
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