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ISBN:
0312159439
Author:
Matthew Wyman
Category:
Mathematics
Language:
English
Publisher:
Palgrave Macmillan (January 1, 1997)
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269 pages
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Opinion polls have taken a high-profile role in political affairs in East .

Opinion polls have taken a high-profile role in political affairs in East European countries over the course of the past decade. In the post-communist era, as revealed in recent studies and interviews conducted among the Bulgarian elite, significant use of opinion polls has been made by political parties anxious to bolster their own position and undermine that of their rivals. Sometimes there has been real collusion between parties, pollsters and journalists, implying that the public is correct to be sceptical

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Studies in Russian and East European History and Society. Public Opinion in Postcommunist Russia. Authors: Wyman, Matthew. Analysing data from Russian polling organizations, it covers the development of a professional polling industry and looks at changing popular moods; the depth of democratic values; attitudes towards political institutions; the attempt to introduce a free market economy and views about the loss of empire.

Recommend this journal. By (author) Matthew Wyman. Concluding sections consider attitudinal differences between social groups, and the impact of public opinion on postcommunist politics.

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Analysing data from Russian polling organizations, it covers the development of a professional polling industry and looks at changing popular moods; the depth of democratic values; attitudes towards political institutions; the attempt to introduce a free market economy and views about the loss of empire.

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Richard Sakwa is Professor of Russian and European Politics at the . Author of the book "The Social History of Post-Communist Russia".

Richard Sakwa is Professor of Russian and European Politics at the University of Kent at Canterbury and an Associate Fellow of the Russia and Eurasia Programme at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House. After graduating in History from the London School of Economics, he took a PhD from the Centre for Russian and East European Studies at the University of Birmingham Author of the book "The Social History of Post-Communist Russia". The Role of Intercivilizational Dialogue in Securing Successful International Cooperation.

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This book is a comprehensive account of trends in Russian public opinion over the period 1988-94. Analysing data from Russian polling organizations, it covers the development of a professional polling industry and looks at changing popular moods; the depth of democratic values; attitudes towards political institutions; the attempt to introduce a free market economy and views about the loss of empire. Concluding sections consider attitudinal differences between social groups, and the impact of public opinion on postcommunist politics.