Source Pravda.Ru

Two-thirds of Russians believe in power of amulets

Only 30% of Russians do not believe in the power of amulets, according to a recent Romir Monitoring survey. Moreover, both religious believers and atheists to varying degrees believe in the power of occult and pagan belongings. Meanwhile, only 14% of respondents strongly believe in the power of amulets. The remaining 86% don't entirely believe in the power of amulets but prefer to believe in them 'in any case.'

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