Russia Crawls Back To Life, But Locals Feel Uneasy
Russia's economy surely is better than it was a year ago. But, tell that to the Russians. Some 45% of them believe the “worst is yet to come” despite a nice 3.1% recovery in economic growth over the last 12 months ending in May, according to the Russian Public Opinion Research Centre (VTsIOM).
   Overwhelming majority of Russians favor criminalizing illegal drug use
Almost 80 percent of Russians say they want to bring back criminal penalties for illegal drug use, and only six support legalizing the use of soft drugs, according to the latest survey conducted by Russia’s state-run polling agency, VTSIOM.
   PM Karapetyan’s rating high among voters: VCIOM poll
Public opinion polls of the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) over Armenia’s upcoming parliamentary election showed that the ratings of two leading forces, the Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) and Tsarukyan alliance are equal in practice, reports Armenpress.
   PM Karapetyan’s rating high among voters: VCIOM poll
Public opinion polls of the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) over Armenia’s upcoming parliamentary election showed that the ratings of two leading forces, the Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) and Tsarukyan alliance are equal in practice, reports Armenpress.
   PM Karapetyan’s rating high among voters: VCIOM poll
Public opinion polls of the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) over Armenia’s upcoming parliamentary election showed that the ratings of two leading forces, the Republican Party of Armenia (RPA) and Tsarukyan alliance are equal in practice, reports Armenpress.
   Wie La La Land
Die Begeisterung der Russen über die Annexion der Krim ist groß. Wirtschaftlich erweist sich die Einnahme bis dato vor allem als Belastung. Wladimir Putin selbst ist am Wochenende nicht auf die berühmten Sperlingsberge im Südwesten Moskaus gekommen. Das Festival namens „Frühling“ zu Ehren der Annexion der Halbinsel Krim vor drei Jahren überließ er lieber dem gemeinen Volk.
   Putting history to rest: Will Lenin soon be buried?
MPs call for dismantling the Soviet leader’s mausoleum on Red Square. Ivan Sukharev, a State Duma deputy from the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia (LDPR), sent a request to the speaker of the Federation Council, Valentina Matviyenko, to consider the issue of dismantling Vladimir Lenin's mausoleum in Red Square, RT reports.
   Poll: Quality of Belarus' food products perceived as high in Russia
An opinion poll carried out by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) revealed that 79% of Russians have a high opinion of the quality of Belarusian food products, BelTA has learned.
   New survey shows what an ideal political candidate looks like in Russia
With the Russian parliamentary campaign in full swing, what type of politicians are voters supporting? For now, it appears that Russian voters are backing centrist candidates capable of enacting slow, gradual change.
   Why is Putin so popular among Russians?
RD Interview: Valery Fedorov, director of the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (WCIOM), discusses the interconnection between foreign policymaking, media and society in Russia, the new historic high of Putin’s approval rating, and the cyclical nature of U.S.-Russia relations.

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