About Vladimir Zvonovsky

Vladimir Zvonovsky is Samara based sociologist and pollster. He is president of the Social Research Fund (http://socio-fond.com/en/)

Articles by Vladimir Zvonovsky

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What do Russians think of their ‘foreign agents’?

In Putin’s Russia, NGOs funded from abroad are now officially considered ‘foreign agents’. However a recent poll suggests that the Russian public’s attitude to them is rather less one-sided. Vladimir Zvonovsky reports from Samara. 

Russia: is change really inevitable?

Very many people inside (and outside) Russia would like to see a change in the current way the country is governed. The protest movements that were formed after the recent elections made this appear a real possibility, but that was then. What now? Vladimir Zvonovsky considers four scenarios.

Can President Medvedev make the earth move?

In his annual state of the nation address to the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, President Dmitry Medvedev proposed, among other things, “investigating the idea of reducing the number of time zones”. He said that this would lead to more effective government.

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