Press release №1960
LIFE PRIORITIES OF RUSSIANS: FAMILY, CHILDREN, OR CREATIVE ACTIVITIES?. Over more than ten years, health, family well-being and safety has been of great importance for Russians, as the VCIOM-Sputnik 
   Press release №1959
SOCIAL MEDIA WEBSITES: WHO USES THEM AND WHAT FOR?. Humor and sport for young people, and news and healthy tips for older generations – this is what the social media preferences of Russians are.  
   Press release №1958
MONITORING THE SMOKING SITUATION IN RUSSIA. Since the adoption of the ban on smoking, the number of smokers in Russia has decreased. According to the VCIOM-Sputnik daily survey, today 79% of tobacco 
   Press release №1957
FAR EAST: MONITORING OF THE MIGRATION SITUATION. The Russian Far East attracts Russians by its employment and career opportunities and ecology. The prospects for regional development are highly 
   Press release №1956
RUSLAN SOKOLOVSKY’ ACTION: JUVENILITY OR MALICIOUS HOOLIGANISM?. As the VCIOM-Sputnik daily omnibus survey suggests, more than half of Russians heard about the Pokemon Go church incident. Russians are 
   Press release №1955
NEW FRENCH PRESIDENT: A RUSSIAN VIEW. Emmanuel Macron is not so popular among Russians, however respondents do not expect the Russian-French relations to get worse during his presidency. MOSCOW, May 
   Press release №1954
YOUTH AND POLITICS: COMMON POINTS. Young people tend to be more categorical about political life and performance of state employees than older Russians; at the same time, young people are more likely 
   Press release №1953
A POLITICAL PORTRAIT OF RAMZAN KADYROV. The balance of positive and negative assessments of the performance of the Chechen leader keeps improving, according to the VCIOM-Omnibus daily omnibus survey 
   Press release №1952
NATIONAL MONITORING OF RUSSIAN HEALTH. Work, stress, lack of money for medicines and bad ecology are the main reasons for poor health mentioned by Russians, according to the VCIOM-Omnibus daily survey 
   Press release №1951
INTERNET VS TELEVISION: THE FIGHT GOES ON. Over the last three years the share of Russians who consider television to be the most important media has decreased from 60% to 52%. MOSCOW, May 3, 2017. 

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