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The possibility of Russian “Maydan”
Russian and European mass media continue to pay special attention to the civil war in
The majority of Russians (68%) consider it impossible to have “Maydan” in
The majority of respondents assuming the possibility of armed conflict in
The minority of people supposing the same development for
We will try to explain the tendency: one of our previous surveys (January, 2014) showed that people in Far Eastern Federal District are unsatisfied with how political institutions function (75% claimed they are not satisfied with it).
According to government statistics, some regions of North Caucasian Federal District are notable for extremely low level of income per capita (in some regions up to 70% less than the average level in the country).
According to the survey, the republics of North Caucuses showed high level of unemployment in 2013 (bout a half of gainfully occupied population is unemployed there).
We may assume that the combination of social and economic factors led to the situation when a considerable part of population in these regions considers the political crisis in
The survey was conducted in May, 2014 on national random route sample of Russian citizens (18+). Personal interviews were held domiciliary with1500 of respondents in 8 federal districts, 100 settlements, in 200 sampling points. Sampling error ±2.5%.