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One more conflict between Russia and Georgia is possible – survey2010-08-05 11:55
According to the data of Levada Centre [Russian survey centre] 33 per cent out of 1600 respondents from Russia believe one more conflict between Georgia and Russia is possible - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
In particular, 32 per cent gave a negative answer, 24 per cent - no answer.
40 per cent believe that recognition of Abkhazia and South Ossetia by Russia didn't harm the country; 14 per cent think it did.
When asked, should Abkhazia be an independent state, 46 per cent answered positively [by 5 per cent more than in 2009]. The same number of respondents believes South Ossetia should have sovereignty.
Among the main reasons of the armed conflict the respondents called the policy of the Georgian government and America's desire to expand own influence in Caucasus.
54 per cent for further stay of Russian troops in the territories of partly recognized republics; 26 per cent proposed to withdraw them; 24 per cent don't care.
56 per cent support the ideology line of the Russian government in regard to support of the Georgian side by the Western countries in this conflict.