The question of the removal of Lenin’s body from the Mausoleum shared Russians in half
Moscow. 5 Dec. INTERFAX.RU — Opinions of the Russians about what to do with the body of Vladimir Lenin, was divided in half: 41% of respondents believe that it should be buried, and the same number (41%) believe that it should be left in the Mausoleum, told “Interfax” in the “Levada-Center”.
At the same time almost every fifth Russian (18%) were undecided on this question, show the results of a survey conducted 24-28 October among 1,600 people in 137 localities of the 48 regions of the Russian Federation.
Pollsters also asked Russians what to do with burial places of the state, Soviet and foreign leaders at the Kremlin wall. 60% of respondents were in favor to leave them in the same place, while 24% believe that the remains should be reburied. 16% found it difficult to answer.