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The Russians have a negative attitude towards the United States and Georgia2012-03-29 13:03
The number of Russian citizens, dissatisfied with U.S. policy and Georgia, has grown. According to a survey conducted by the Levada Center, nearly half of Russians have a negative attitude toward the United States (54%), the same number is negatively disposed toward Georgia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
As reported by the RIA Novosti, 56% of respondents were opposed to granting citizens of Georgia visa-free regime for entry to Russia. At the same time, over 65% of respondents have positive attitude toward Ukraine; 74% of Russians have positive attitude toward Belarus. According to the results of the survey, the European Union countries are now attracting 60% of Russians. More than 20% of respondents negatively assessed the activities of the EU.
When asked about the situation in Syria, 29% of respondents assessed the situation in the country as a "civil war". At the same time, 35% of respondents are oppose Russia's joining to Western economic sanctions against the regime of Bashar al-Assad, and 45% are against the resolution of the situation in Syrian by military means.
In regard of Iran, the majority of Russians (60%) consider the country's nuclear program a threat to Russia in one degree or another.
At the same time, 34% of respondents expect the U.S. to deliver a strike on military facilities of the country in the near future; 34% of respondents believe that Russia will cease to cooperate with Iran in the nuclear field.