64% of the interviewed residents of Russia believe that the annexation of Crimea was rather good than bad. This is evidenced by the results of a survey of the Russian Levada Center.
Another 19% of respondents believe that the annexation of Crimea “was rather bad” and 18% were undecided.
In addition, according to the sociologists, Russians lost their interest in Ukraine in November this year. Only 29 percent of Russians follow the events taking place in Ukraine, 26% said that they did not follow, and 44% follow without much attention.
For example, 57% of respondents followed developments in Ukraine in February 2014.
The survey was conducted among 1600 persons aged 18 and older in 137 localities of 48 regions of the Russian Federation on November 18-21.