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Levada

 

the Russian name for a permanently or temporarily fenced area in a natural or cultivated long-term pasture for maintaining and grazing horses during the summer. Levady are set up near stables. Permanent levady have feed boxes and sheds to shelter the horses in inclement weather.

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The polling agency Levada Center has been asking Russians about their views on the collapse of the USSR since 1992.
Contract awarded for Acquisition of services to carry out topographic surveys in levada do norte - la lano sul in the municipalities of ribeira brava and cmara de lobos, According to the specifications contained in the specifications.
According to a study by the independent Levada pollster released last week, 58 percent of Russians said they would vote in March, down from 75 percent in December 2007.
As a student Lev Gudkov wanted to be a journalist, but signed up for a lecture course by Yuri Levada, one of the only sociologists in the Soviet Union, and ended up doing surveys for the eponymous Levada Center, which he came to direct.
Fifty-nine percent of Russians see the main goal of foreign policy as guaranteeing a peaceful and secure existence for their country, according to a study conducted by the independent sociological center Levada, RT reported.
A poll from Russian non-governmental organization Levada this year showed that 46 percent of Russians showed admiration for Stalin.
Besides Muller, he follows Cardinals Afredo Ottaviani, Franjo Seper, Joseph Ratzinger (future Pope Benedict), and William Levada.
Moscow, Dhu-AlHijjah 06, 1437, September 07, 2016, SPA -- Russia's Justice Ministry has labelled the country's most esteemed independent pollster, Levada Center, as a foreign agent, the Interfax news agency reported Monday, according to dpa.
In a 2010 Levada survey, the overwhelming majority of respondents (93%) knew the fates of their relatives who participated in this war (Levada Center, 2010).
Recent polls by the independent Levada Center put the party in the lead, too: 55 per cent of those who intend to vote are for it.
An independent Russian pollster, the Levada Center, gives Putin similar ratings.
Sociologist Denis Volkov, of the renowned Levada research center, says such comments are a means of testing public opinion.