What do Russian men think about mobilisation?

Maxim Tkachev casts light on the differences and similarities between Russian men’s and women’s attitudes towards the military mobilisation

Alexei Navalny and his potential supporters

Maxim Tkachev investigates the levels of support and opposition to Alexei Navalny across Russia

Russia’s young pessimists

Maxim Tkachev on the growing discontent among younger generations of Russians

Who voted against the amendments?

Maxim Tkachev analyses the views of the Russians who voted against the amendments

The Whys and Wherefores of Russians’ Trust in their Media

Part three of “Russian Media: Moscow and Beyond Calling”: on the factors influencing the Russian public’s trust in sources of information

Russia in 2019: The Ever-Steepening Downward Spiral

Maxim Tkachev on what Russians expect from 2019, and why

Russians’ Changing Attitudes to the USA

While Russian public opinion regards the US as a rival power, it simultaneously recognises the commonalities between Russian and American aspirations

Is There a Successor to Putin?

Russians are experiencing a lack of stability, which reinforces a demand for an ‘iron fist’ that could restore order

Pension Reform in Russia: How Has the Public Reacted So Far?

Surveys point to a generally negative public perception of Russia's pension plans. To what extent has this affected their attitude towards Vladimir Putin?

Telegram: between the state and the opposition

What does the Kremlin's fight against Telegram reveal?

‘Alt-Right’ Within the Russian Internet: Possible?

If you are intrigued by the title, this means such a possibility exists

How Russians Perceive Information War

The virtual war with the West is smoothly turning into a conflict between the authorities and the opposition

Who is Optimistic About the Future of Russia — And Why?

A recent survey looks at what specific factors underpin an average Russian optimist’s worldview