Despite the overall decline of public trust in TV media from 79% in August 2009 to 50% in March 2014 and 41% in November 2015, 59% of Russians have no doubts about the quality of information and objectivity of domestic media outlets covering events in Ukraine (Levada
Center, 2014c, 2015b).
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.
To walk by the Levada
and notice each side, Trees with oranges waiting to be tried, And some with lemons all yellow and ripe, Pomegranates there too all pleasing to the sight.
Alexei Grazhdankin, deputy head of the Levada
Centre (Russia's only independent polling agency), was this week quoted as saying: "The Russian population does not want our Army taking part in active military operations anywhere, period".
Le parti pro-Kremlin Russie unie est donne largement vainqueur avec 67% des votes a travers la Russie, d'apres les sondages publies debut septembre par le centre independant Levada
. Il est suivi de loin par le Parti communiste, credite de seulement 10% des suffrages.
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, Legko, Osa, Veres, 3 Vedmedi, SmaCom, ChPk, Tsezar, Mivina, Moya Babulya, OPK, Domashni tradytsii, Tsun-Don, Lada-Ladushka, Akvamarin, Oniss, Sushi
He leaves his wife Patricia of Barre, 2 daughters, Gail Shaw, wife of John of Gardner, and Kathleen Burrowes, wife of Ronald of Millbury; a sister Patricia Sevigny, wife of Roland of Barre ; 8 grandchildren & 4 great grandchildren; many nieces, nephews and Robert Levada
, who was like a son, and his wife Nancy of Rindge, NH.
The independent pollster Levada
Center conducted a poll among Russians to gauge their awareness of and attitudes to Navalny, in the same week he was sentenced to five years in prison on embezzlement charges.
Homosexuality was decriminalised after the 1991 collapse of the Soviet Union, but a poll by the independent Levada
Center last month found 38 percent of Russians believe gay people need treatment and 13 percent said they should face prosecution.