At the end of the 2nd month of the war, the Russian analytical agency Levada Center in Russia conducted a poll among 1.616 Russians aged 18 and over whether they support the war against Ukraine. 74% percent is in the affirmative (at the beginning of the war was 71%), 19% are against. Of the total 100%, there were 39% of those who do not follow the news in Ukraine. That is, they do not follow the news, but they support the war. Interesting statistics
- 82% of Russians are "worried" about the war in Ukraine;
- 6% of Russians are afraid of "nazis'';
- 5% are worried that the war could spread to the territory of the Russian Federation;
- 4% of Russians are embarrassed by the sanctions.
Statistics on the success of Russian propaganda: 68% of the Russians surveyed are sure that the war against Ukraine is going well (as I understand, the death of their fellow citizens is a success for these percent), and another 27% believe that everything is going ''according to plan'' (apparently, the flooded Moscow was part of the plan).
Especially pleasing the optimism of 73% of Russian citizens who are confident in the victory of their country. Another 57% of respondents shift the blame for the blood of Ukrainians from the hands of the Russian army to NATO and the United States.