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SPP 283

Title: RUSSIANS OUTSIDE RUSSIA: A 1991 VCIOM SURVEY
 
Author: Richard Rose
 
Description: Increasing tensions between elected leaders in Soviet republics in the summer of 1991 put great pressure on the many millions of Russians living outside the Russian Soviet Federal Socialist Republic. The Committee on Migration of Population of the Ministry of Labour commissioned VCIOM to undertake a survey of the circumstances and attitudes of this population. Interviewing started on 10 August 1991 and concluded 29 September 1991. Fieldwork was undertaken in West Ukraine, Ukraine, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Kazahkstan, Uzbekistan, Kirgyzstan, Tadjikistan, Turkmenistan, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Russian regions with substantial non-Russian populations. A total of 6,586 interviews were completed. The questionnaire covered ethnic relations in the Soviet Union and also many topics of concern to Soviet citizens generally. This SPP paper reports the results of the survey, giving breakdowns by percentage for each republic except the three Baltic states, the subject of a separate SPP paper.

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