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Author: Richard Rose
Description: The January 2005 nationwide New Russia Barometer survey shows that notwithstanding the electorate's endorsement of President Putin and his Duma supporters a year previously, the proportion of Russians who are now feeling dissatisfied with the Russian government is increasing. Because the questionnaire incorporates trend indicators asked in NRB surveys for more than decade, the statements made about political, economic and social conditions in 2005 can be compared with replies in earlier surveys. An appendix gives trend results for key indicators in surveys from 1992 onwards. The results of NRB XIV are presented separately for young, middle age, and older Russians, showing the extent to which the passage of time is differentiating attitudes between those who were socialized in different periods of the Soviet era and those for whom the Soviet Union is simply past history.

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