Source Pravda.Ru

One Third of All Estonians Wary of Russia's Aggression

One third of the residents of the republic of Estonia are wary of aggression on the part of Russia. This follows from the results of the poll conducted by the sociological Emor company. Aggression against Estonia on the part of whatever country seems possible in principle to 42% of all respondents of Estonian and just 10% of respondents of non-Estonian descent.

. Of those respondents of Estonian background who believe in principle in the possibility of outside aggression, 81% say Russia is the most likely aggressor. However, the sociologists say that the overall number of those who a wary of aggression on the part of Russia has gone down over the past 10 years.

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