The Russians want to see a picture of Stalin in public places
62% of Russians want to see in public places Board, busts, paintings and other items, talk about the success of Joseph Stalin.
65% of Russian citizens are against the installation of signs announcing its “failure and crime.” This is the result of a survey of the Pro-Kremlin all-Russia centre of studying of public opinion (VTSIOM).
“Neutral information (visit a city, speech, etc.), according to 59 percent, also do not have to be placed on memorials. I wonder what the main motive of the consent with the installation of the attributes that contain certain information about Stalin, there is an argument on the observance of historical truth” – the experts VTSIOM.
Statistics say, actively supports the youth of Russia. Among the elderly more clearly shown the position of disagreement with the signs that glorify the former head of the USSR.
In Russia the endorsement of the dictator Joseph Stalin as leader was the highest over the last 16 years.
In March 2006 the Secretary General of the Central Committee of the CPSU(b) Stalin with “admiration”, “respect” and “sympathy” were understood to 37% of respondents, in January of this year their number has increased to 46%.
Better treated were residents of Russia to Leonid Brezhnev and Vladimir Putin. The number of sympathizers Brezhnev has increased over the 11 years from 39% to 47%, and Russian President Putin from 76% to 83%.
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