Active Group, a Ukrainian pollster, interviewed Russian citizens in a survey. The poller surveyed how the Russian think about the war against Ukraine. They also assessed whether Russia could attack another country.
During the research, between March 11 and 14, 1557 people were interviewed over the phone.
However, the research conducted by Active Group, did not reveal that they are from Ukraine.
They interviewed the subjects in Russian. The questions used in the survey were used in terms used by Russian government propaganda. They called the war for example “special operation”. The made calls from virtually purchased phone numbers throughout. The sample of respondents was representative by age and gender, as well as territorially.
Poland could be the next destination.
At least most respondents think so. Most of them supported the Russian government. However, there were also those who broke the line as a result of the questions. This is also the reason for the few negative answers.
86.6 per cent of respondents would not oppose an attack on an eastern European Union country.
Most mentioned Poland as the next Russian destination. However, 39.6 per cent of the respondents believe that one of the countries of the former Soviet sphere of interest should be attacked, index.hu writes.
These countries include Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary as well.
The situation was similar in the case of the Baltic countries, like Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia, writes 168.hu. Only 25.5 per cent of Russians surveyed strongly oppose the use of nuclear weapons. 40.3 per cent consider a nuclear attack to be completely acceptable, while 34.3 per cent would support the Russian authority’s measure to some extent.
According to a Rating Group survey, 93 per cent of Ukrainians believe they can win the war against the Russians.
Moreover, 47 per cent of those polled say the war could be over in the next few weeks.
Source: 168ora.hu, index.hu