Posted 22 декабря 2021, 07:28

Published 22 декабря 2021, 07:28

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Most citizens regretted the collapse of the USSR

22 декабря 2021, 07:28
62% of Russians said they felt a sense of regret that in 1991 the USSR ceased to exist.

Such data follow from a survey of the Public Opinion Foundation, the results of the study are cited by Interfax.

At the same time, Russians aged 46-60 are mostly sorry about the collapse of the USSR - 82% of them . Among respondents over 60 years old, the share is 76%.

Young people under 30 regret the collapse of the USSR much less often - 28%. In the 32-45 age group, 52% of those who regretted it.

Analysts found that 21% of respondents do not feel regret over what happened to the USSR in 1991. 39% of people under 30 expressed this position.

17% found it difficult to answer.

At the same time, 45% are sure that the Russian Federation has benefited from the collapse of the Union, 32 % think otherwise.

52% would like the USSR to be recreated, 13% would not like hotels. At the same time, 74% of the survey participants said that it was no longer possible to restore the state, but 17% believe that it is real.

6% consider it possible to unite all the former Soviet republics in the foreseeable future. 10% believe that it would be possible to unite most of the countries, 29% - some of the republics. 47% believe that it will not be possible to unite any of them.

The previous poll showed that 21% of Russians associate the USSR with a bright future. At the same time, 11% of adult Russians could not decipher the abbreviation USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics), 8% did it with errors.