VTSIOM: the demand for stability has been replaced by the demand for change
According to the head of the center Valery Fyodorov, now in Russia there is a new phase — “insecurity”.
VILLAGE COURTS /Vladimir oblast/, 8 Aug. /TASS/. The demand for stability in Russia has gone to the periphery and was replaced by a request for a change. This opinion was expressed on Tuesday the General Director of the Russian center for public opinion studies (VTSIOM) Valery Fedorov, the all-Russian youth forum “Territory meanings on the Klyazma”.
In a speech on “Current trends: the new society, values, technology and future,” Fyodorov said that since the great recession ended, but not came large-scale economic growth, Russia is experiencing a new phase — “insecurity”.
This phase, according to the head of VTSIOM, is “dangerous”, as “revolutionary sentiments do not appear in a situation of crisis and when the crisis is over and getting better.”
“In this situation, people stop suffering and start to demand. In this situation, you are prompted to change,” he said, noting that “today the query on the stability goes to the periphery”.
The head of VTSIOM believes that today the political struggle in Russia “is for whose way of change will prevail”.
This struggle for the future now unfolding, and soon it will move into the final phase, because in six months we have presidential elections Rivalery Femorofemoral Director of the Russian center for public opinion studies (VTSIOM)
“Moreover, the issue of elections in 2024, too, will be largely predetermined the outcome of the elections of 2018,” he added.