Polls: nearly two-thirds of Russians believe in the existence of a “world government”
Most believe in the existence of such a government in the group of respondents 35 years and older.
MOSCOW, July 11. /TASS/. Almost two thirds of Russians (67%) believe in the reality of a “world government”. In 2014, the number of confident in his existence amounted to 45%, according to a study by VTSIOM, released on Wednesday.
Deny the existence of such structures 24% of respondents (32% in 2014). Most believe in the existence of a “world government” in the group of respondents 35 years and older (70%). Among young people (18-34 years), that number is 52-57%.
A third believe in the existence of a group that manages the world, are unable to argue their position. About half of the opponents of this theory (45%) also did not lead evidence of his point of view.
“World government” is hostile to Russia, according to the majority of respondents (74%), believe in his existence (57% in 2014). While 10% believe that his actions correspond to the Russian interests (7% in 2014).
Among the members of this group often referred to as oligarchs and financiers (23%), the USA (8%), politicians and heads of state (6%), etc. 2% and 1% respectively of respondents consider that members of the “world government” are the leaders of Russia and USA Vladimir Putin and Donald trump.
The initiative Russian opinion “polls-Sputnik” held on 29 and 30 may 2018. The sample size is 2 thousand respondents, the maximum error with 95% probability does not exceed 2.2%.