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SPP 378

Author: Richard Rose
Description: The eleventh nationwide New Russia Barometer (NRB) survey, undertaken in summer, 2003 is in effect an end of term report on Vladimir Putin, who entered office in August, 1999. Like previous NRB surveys, it asks the Russian people how they are doing in their everyday lives, and how they think the new system of government is doing. It also asks for an evaluation of how President Putin is doing. There are questions about expectations of the future and about links with peoples in the near abroad (that is, the former Soviet Union) and further abroad in the enlarged European Union. The extent to which younger and older Russians differ in their views of state, society and the world around them is reported in full and all replies cross-tabulated by age.

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