Two-thirds of Russians believe in New World Order
More and more Russians are convinced that the interests of the 'world government' contradict Russia's public policy.
According to the majority of Russians, the New World Order exists. The number of supporters believing in a force that masterminds all politics has grown significantly (from 45% to 67%) since 2014, the VTsIOM poll states.
Russians think that oligarchs, financiers, and bankers are the main members of the 'world government'; 23% of citizens share this point of view.
More and more Russians (in 2014 - 57%, and in 2018 - 74%) are convinced that the interests of the 'world government' contradict Russia's public policy.
It is noteworthy that Russians consider the ‘world government' ineffective: 57% believe that it controls only part of the world processes (against 33% in 2014).
One in four does not buy the idea of New World Order (24%). Young people are more skeptical of conspiracy theories than the older generation.
The survey was conducted on May 29. 2000 people took part.
Ex-Head of the 1st Department of the General Directorate of Communications of the Ministry of Defense Aleksandr Ogloblin has received dividends from JSC Informtekhnika Group of Companies, of which he is a shareholder.