Sixty-eight percent of Russians stand against the official recognition of the new government of Ukraine. An opinion poll conducted by the Russian Public Research Center said that this position is firm primarily among residents of medium-sized cities (80 percent) and respondents older than 60 years (74 percent). Twenty-three percent of Russians have a negative attitude to the new Ukrainian government, whereas 15 percent considered it illegitimate.
In contrast, 18 percent of respondents would support the recognition of the new Ukrainian authorities: young people (23 percent), residents of small towns (24 percent) and less educated respondents (28 percent).
Eighty-five percent of Russians watch the development of the situation in Ukraine; 52 percent of the believe that the state of affairs in the country has been worsening.
The aggravation of the relationship between Russia and the USA that started unfolding during the presidency of Barack Obama has evolved into a real war during the arrival of Donald Trump. The United States has conducted a series of powerful attacks on Russia in the economic field. However, it is the EU that poses the biggest threat for the US
The answer to the question of Russia's retaliation to USA's sanctions is becoming clear. It goes about the bill that Russian MPs have been working on lately. It has become known how exactly Russia may response. To be more precise, it goes about two issues - limiting cooperation in outer space and stopping the supplies of Russian spare parts for Boeing