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Public Opinion in Russia: Russians' Attitudes on Economic And Domestic Issues

14 hours ago − NORC at the University of Chicago
Chicago, December 17, 2014--A poll of the Russian public, conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, was released today. The poll, which includes a nationally representative in-person survey of 2,008 Russian adults taken between November 22 and December 7, 2014, found that President Vladimir Putin is extremely popular. Few say the economy is in good condition and most say that sanctions are hurting the Russian economy.…
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Little Evidence Conservation Organizations Respond to Economic Signals

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