The 2018 Russian presidential elections come after weeks of intense campaigning and debate, as candidates made last-ditch efforts to rally the electorate to their side.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The voter turnout in the upcoming Russian presidential election on March 18 could exceed 80 percent, a poll conducted by Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM) revealed on Wednesday.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Over 80 percent of Russians are expected to go to the polls next month to elect the country’s next president, an opinion poll has found.
About 70 percent of Russians are ready to vote in the 2018 presidential elections.
A whopping 76% of Russians are opposed to any effort by the government to lift Western sanctions against Russia, a recent poll by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM), the country's oldest polling institution, has found.
Russians largely consider China to be a friendly state, a poll shows.
Over half of Russians, or 57 percent, believe that the outcome of the US presidential elections is important for Russia, a poll by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM) showed on Friday.
Almost one-third of Russians, or 29 percent, think that US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's victory in the November elections will lead to the improvement in relations between the two countries, a poll by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM) showed Friday.
Russians and South Koreans largely believe in the benefits of Moscow-Seoul cooperation. While Koreans are more optimistic about energy, Russians are focused on hi-tech partnership and trade. The citizens of both countries are interested in tourism, a poll showed.
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 found.
One in two Russians believe their country’s military presence in Syria should be restored should the reconciliation talks break down, a Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM) poll found on Friday.
43 percent of Russians named the Syrian war as the main event of 2015, according to the Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM),
According to the Russian Public Opinion Research Center’s new poll, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s approval rating has hit a new high of 89.9 percent.
Russian media has recently been stirred up by survey which apparently shows that most Russians would support internet censorship and cutting off web access in case of a threat to national security or amid political protests; however the actual questions being asked and the company behind the study went largely unnoticed.
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, and 76 percent are confident that such a revolt is "not possible in principle."
Unlike preceding constitutional documents, the new Fundamental Law does not stipulate a preset single economic system based on state property, and it defends all forms of property in equal measure.
Amid Washington's pressure on Moscow, only 22 percent of Russians have positive sentiments toward the United States, and 20 percent describe the countries' relations as outward hostility.
The approval rating of Russian President Vladimir Putin has reached 85.9 percent, a six-year high, according to polling data by the All-Russian Center for the Study of Public Opinion (VTsIOM).
Russians have become more satisfied with their quality of life, while their desire to protest has decreased, according to polls by the Levada Center and the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM) released Tuesday.
A third of Russians who took part in a recent Happiness Index survey said they were the happiest they had been in 25 years.