Most Russians want decisive changes in the country
People are becoming more and more disappointed.
The share of Russians in favor of decisive changes has grown over the past two years from 42 to 59% - those are the findings of a joint study by the Carnegie Moscow Center and the Levada Center, which were published by Vedomosti.
According to the survey, 31% said they would prefer minor changes, another 8% did not need any changes, and 53% of those surveyed are convinced that radical changes are possible only if there is a serious change in the political system. In the present lay of the land, 34% said they want global reforms.
The authors of the study note that the figures do not mean that people are completely ready for a change of power, but dissatisfaction is indeed growing in society. Such sentiments will increasingly erupt in protests.
The court order states that Zakruzhnoy in his video called ‘Here our future is being pressed down’ called the head of the country a ‘thief’ and added that the authorities “ought to be on a closestool, in Magadan.”