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SPP 346

Title: NATIONALITY AND PUBLIC OPINION IN BELARUS AND UKRAINE
 
Author: Stephen White and Richard Rose
 
Description: Belarus and Ukraine were leading republics of the Soviet Union sharing common boundaries with each other and Russia, and their populations are divided between a titular nationality and Russians. Since the break up of the USSR, they have differed politically, with Belarus institutionalizing undemocratic rule and Ukraine's official economy deteriorating far more. This paper presents the results of nationwide Democracy Barometer surveys there in early 2000, measuring public opinion on political, economic and social conditions, other parts of the CIS and foreign countries of Europe. This makes it possible to determine the extent to which Russians are more influenced by their country of residence or by their common identity as Russians outside Russia and whether both nationalities respond similarly to conditions in the country in which they live.

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