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Russian Attitudes to US Getting Worse

Russian attitudes to America have grown substantially worse over the past week, according to a poll carried out by the Russian attitudes to America have grown substantially worse over the past week, according to a poll carried out by the Public Opinion foundation. 1,500 people were questioned in the poll, which found that 26% of people believe that their relationship with the US 'has been and remains poor.' Almost half of respondents said that they had begun to view the US in a worse light over the past week.

Many Russians (54%) also believe that a US victory in Iraq will have negative consequences for Russia. In particular, they said that Russia 'will face economic problems caused by a fall in oil prices,' Russian 'economic ties with Iraq will be broken,' and 'access to Iraq's oil reserves will be closed' for Russia. As a result, the majority of those polled believe that the standard of living will fall in Russia.

Some of those questioned said that the US will use its victory to 'force its rules on Russia' and will eventually 'enslave it.' Only 5% of those polled believe that 'Russia will not lose anything' if the US defeats Iraq. A mere 1% believe that Russia will make political and economic gains in the event of a US victory.. 1,500 people were questioned in the poll, which found that 26% of people believe that their relationship with the US 'has been and remains poor.' Almost half of respondents said that they had begun to view the US in a worse light over the past week.

Many Russians (54%) also believe that a US victory in Iraq will have negative consequences for Russia. In particular, they said that Russia 'will face economic problems caused by a fall in oil prices,' Russian 'economic ties with Iraq will be broken,' and 'access to Iraq's oil reserves will be closed' for Russia. As a result, the majority of those polled believe that the standard of living will fall in Russia.

Some of those questioned said that the US will use its victory to 'force its rules on Russia' and will eventually 'enslave it.' Only 5% of those polled believe that 'Russia will not lose anything' if the US defeats Iraq. A mere 1% believe that Russia will make political and economic gains in the event of a US victory.

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