.



Юридическая консультация онлайн

. c


:

» 
» 
» 
» X-files
» 
» 
» 
» 
» 
» 
» English

:

Рейтинг@Mail.ru




02.04.2023, . 09:52


«« . |  | . »»

Overview

- The highest levels of interest in politics and government are found in the Urals (45% interested) and the North Caucasus (43%). The lowest levels are shown in the Volga (22% interested) and East Siberia (24%).

- The economic crisis is the number one problem in all regions except Centraino-Chernozemnyi where quality of life issues top the list.

- Satisfaction with the direction of the country is highest in the Urals (15%) and North Caucasus (10%). Satisfaction is lowest in the North/Northwest (3%) and the Center (5%).

- Optimism about the political situation is highest in the Urals (28% better), East Siberia (22%) and West Siberia (24%). The Volga (40% worse) and Far East (40% worse) are the most pessimistic regions. The North Caucasus have higher scores in both directions (24% better-41% worse).

- Voters in two regions, North/Northwest and East Siberia, express an above-average desire to continue economic reforms. At the same time, voters in West Siberia, the Urals, Volgo-Vyatsky, the North Caucasus, and the Far East have an above-average desire to return to state control of the economy.

- Several regions - Centralno-Chernozemnyi, Volgo-Vyatsky, the Urals, and East Siberia -exhibit a greater interest in using western countries as development models. West Siberia, the North Caucasus, and the Volga region on the other hand, are more likely to say that Russia serves as its own best model,

- In the upcoming Duma elections, voters in the North Caucasus are the most likely to vote. The following table outlines the «definitely voting» scores for the entire region and for young voters (age 17-35) in each area.

 

All

Age 17-35

North Caucasus

61%

47%

Far East

47%

36%

Center

44%

31%

Urals

43%

34%

Volga

42%

27%

North/Northwest

39%

30%

West Siberia

38%

25%

Volgo-Vyatsky

37%

25%

Centralno-Chernozemnyi

32%

24%

East Siberia

24%

18%

- All regions rely primarily on National Channel 1. However, alternative means of communication may prove effective as follows:

Local Radio

North/Northwest

68% useful

Urals

66%

West Siberia

58%

Volgo-Vyatsky

57%

Local TV

Volga

71% useful

North/Northwest

70%

Urals

62%

West Siberia

62%

North Caucasus

53%

Newspapers

North Caucasus

78% useful

East Siberia

78%

Far East

72%

Volgo-Vyatsky

71%

Volga

65%

West Siberia

65%

- Official corruption is perceived to be widespread. The following table orders the regions according to «very common» responses.

68%

North Caucasus

58%

Center

57%

North/Northwest

55%

Far East

54%

Volgo-Vyatsky

54%

Volga

53%

West Siberia

52%

East Siberia

50%

Centralno-Chernozemnyi

50%

Urals

- This table outlines expectations for fraud in the upcoming State Duma elections.

54%

Urals

54%

Far East

52%

Volgo-Vyatsky

52%

East Siberia

50%

Center

48%

North/Northwest

46%

West Siberia

42%

North Caucasus

41%

Volga

39%

Centralno-Chernozemnyi

- Support for the computerization of elections is strong in all regions.

- Voters in the North Caucasus and the Urals are the most likely to vote for a candidate who is affiliated with a political party.

- Although party definition is a difficult problem nationwide, parties face a major challenge in the eastern regions where a high number of voters perceive no clear differences between the parties on major issues.

- There is a clear need for voter education in all regions. A majority in all regions say they don't have enough information about their rights with regard to the authorities; at least a plurality in all regions say they didn't have enough information about candidates or parties in the 1993 elections; a large majority in every region say they are not familiar with their voting rights, and there are widespread misperceptions about who may and may not vote.

«« . |  | . »»







© Copyright , 1999-2023