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Americans decided to find out what ordinary citizens in Europe and the post-Soviet countries think about anti-Russian sanctions.

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American Public Opinion Research Institute Gallup conducted an extensive sociological study in the countries of Southern and Eastern Europe, as well as in the post-Soviet space, on the subject of citizens' attitude towards anti-Russian sanctions. In total, the study touched 28 states.


Attention is drawn to the fact that the polls were conducted in the 2015 year, but with the publication of the results for some reason, 2016 was pulled up to the end of April. Apparently, at the Gallup Institute all this time they were digesting information, realizing how well it meets Western interests and the sanction pressure itself. Digested ... Now we can only guess how, after such a long period of digestion, the published data correspond to the real results of the survey.

The question asked to citizens of 28 states (including Russia) was as follows:
The United States and the European Union imposed economic sanctions against Russia because of its actions in Ukraine and in the Crimea. Do you support these economic sanctions against Russia or not?


The overall result presented by the Gallup Institute looks like this: 47% of respondents said they supported the imposition of sanctions, 32% expressed the opposite opinion, the rest (and this is no less than 21%) found it difficult to give a definite answer. At the same time, Gallup notes that the attitude to economic sanctions against the Russian Federation depended very significantly on the country in which the survey was conducted.

Thus, the smallest number of supporters of anti-Russian sanctions outside the post-Soviet space lives in Serbia. There 5% of respondents were in favor of sanctions. This figure eloquently indicates how many Serbian citizens really want Belgrade to break off relations with Moscow on the orders of Washington and Brussels.

The largest number of persons speaking out for anti-Russian economic sanctions is in Poland. The result of the Gallup poll is 70%. Polish citizens, who spoke out in support of anti-Russian sanctions, must have “pleased” Polish farmers, who are forced to dump their agricultural products under the windows of buildings in which the authorities in their understanding are built by Polish authorities. In general, thanks to 70% of Poles (and not only) for the fact that the Russian agricultural sector has a unique chance to develop at a very active pace in conditions when representatives of the agricultural sector of Europe itself are counting losses.

The three leaders in supporting anti-Russian sanctions (talking about countries and territories that are not part of the post-Soviet space) include Albania (60%) and Kosovo (57%). That is, the main breeding grounds of European radical Islamism and the settlers of the underworld from anti-Russian sanctions are absolutely delighted ... Well, this is understandable. In the septic tanks always boils up something of their own, striving to overrun over the edge, as was the case when Kosovo was forcibly rejected from Serbia.

Other results of supporting anti-Russian sanctions for non-former Soviet republics:

Montenegro - 10%, Greece - 11%, Macedonia - 19%, Bulgaria - 23%, Bosnia and Herzegovina - 24%, Slovakia - 25%, Hungary - 29%, Czech Republic - 35%, Latvia - 38% (apparently the number of "true" Latvians in this country ...), Lithuania - 45%, Estonia - 49%, Croatia - 50%, Romania - 52%.

Americans decided to find out what ordinary citizens in Europe and the post-Soviet countries think about anti-Russian sanctions.


As can be seen, only in four states and one pseudo-state (from those represented) the percentage of support for Western sanctions against the Russian Federation is 50% and above. And this is also taking into account the fact that Gallup "digested" the data.

And now about the results of a similar survey conducted by the same American institution in the 11 states of the post-Soviet space.

The most interesting thing is that far from Russia the smallest number of those who support Western sanctions. So, if, in a survey in the Russian Federation, the sanctions supported 5% of respondents, then, for example, in Uzbekistan only 2%. Results for other countries in which Gallup conducted the survey:

Tajikistan - 8%, Belarus - 9%, Armenia - 11%, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan - by 12%, Azerbaijan - 29%.

The three leaders in terms of supporting anti-Russian sanctions in the post-Soviet space are as follows:

first place - Ukraine (62% of respondents);
second place - Georgia (48% of respondents);
third place - Moldova (32% of respondents).



And here you catch yourself thinking about how you would answer the question of the Gallup representatives yourself ... It would seem that these notorious sanctions are an indispensable evil that the West uses to undermine the economic base of the Russian Federation. And if the question was asked a year ago in 2014, the answer would be: “I categorically do not support it.” But now the thoughts are completely different. After all, as you know, until the thunder strikes, the peasant will not cross himself - that is, until there were these sanctions, Russia, to put it mildly, did not particularly care that it was better to develop its own production than to sponsor the production sphere of the same European powers. It was after the imposition of sanctions by the West that we suddenly learned that we could fill the store shelves with high-quality and competitive food products of our own production, which we ourselves could produce aviation engines and other accessories for various types of equipment. It was after the introduction of anti-Russian sanctions that our farmers got at least some hope that their products would be in real demand in the huge domestic market. Yes, of course, there are enough minuses from anti-Russian sanctions, but are there more of them than pluses? - here the grandmother also said in two ... Therefore, to those 5% of Russians supporting the anti-Russian sanctions imposed by the West, with the permission of Gallup, I will add myself - for the reasons mentioned above. Maybe the truth is, import substitution will ultimately spill out for Russia not only the transition to “Belarusian shrimp” and the rejection of Turkish tomatoes ...
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  1. Predator-74
    Predator-74 11 May 2016 06: 35
    +7
    That is, judging by the last diagram, there are more Russian patriots in Uzbekistan than in Russia itself? What did the compilers of this "chart" think about?
    1. SSR
      SSR 11 May 2016 06: 41
      +46
      Quote: Predator-74
      That is, judging by the last diagram, there are more Russian patriots in Uzbekistan than in Russia itself? What did the compilers of this "chart" think about?

      In Uzbekistan, all kinds of NGOs are at zero, hence the result)))
      PS
      Based on the results, they will probably evaluate the activities of these same non-governmental organizations and their effectiveness.
      1. Aryan
        Aryan 11 May 2016 08: 28
        +19
        Exactly! Now it’s clear to them where the new goals for democracy are
        RELATED: In Romania, among ordinary people, the GDP policy is respected and understood.
        Romanian figures for ears drawn
        1. Performance
          Performance 11 May 2016 10: 06
          +7
          There, all the numbers are far-fetched. We ourselves do not have a consensus of opinion whether this is good or bad, but they are still trying to find out from their neighbors, especially in the eastern direction.
          1. abrakadabre
            abrakadabre 11 May 2016 20: 39
            +2
            The only correct answer to this question is: the wording of the question is fundamentally incorrect and false. After all, the sanctions were not introduced because Russia in Ukraine (not a typo) does nasty things.
            1. spiriolla-45
              spiriolla-45 13 May 2016 11: 46
              +1
              Quote: abrakadabre
              The only correct answer to this question is: the wording of the question is fundamentally incorrect and false. After all, the sanctions were not introduced because Russia in Ukraine (not a typo) does nasty things.

              I don’t know what the right answer is, but one question arises, and what the ghouls who ruled the country did not know what food security was and what they were removed from power? Nothing changes, as we rolled downhill and roll.
        2. Mahmut
          Mahmut 11 May 2016 10: 21
          +34
          Sanctions contribute to the development of the country, are beneficial. So what are the most friends of Russia in Poland ?. Makarevich for sanctions against Russia and I for sanctions against Russia. But we are not like-minded. And the main thing that the survey of residents proved is not their attitude to Russia, but the meaninglessness of the survey - a waste of taxpayer money.
          1. krops777
            krops777 11 May 2016 16: 49
            +10
            So what are the most friends of Russia in Poland ?.


            Only they do not know about it. smile
          2. Zvon
            Zvon 13 May 2016 12: 40
            0
            I absolutely agree with you!
      2. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 11 May 2016 10: 22
        +19
        Quote: SSR
        Quote: Predator-74
        That is, judging by the last diagram, there are more Russian patriots in Uzbekistan than in Russia itself? What did the compilers of this "chart" think about?

        In Uzbekistan, all kinds of NGOs are at zero, hence the result)))

        If we had the strength that pressed these NCOs to the nail, and with them various HSE and other Chubais-Kudrins, then you look, we would not only have good polls ... I would have looked at all these NGOs in 41 ... They would not have survived to the "funnel", the KGB would have gone only to collect carcasses ...

        And then, for example, Gaidarsh ​​- already in Moscow again. Is it after all that she spoke about Russia and our people in the Land of Eternal Jumpers? We are waiting for Shustrik, Go.v.nopolskogo, Kiselidze and other abomination? ... We will accept everyone, all NGOs will be provided with work?
      3. Nyrobsky
        Nyrobsky 11 May 2016 10: 26
        +6
        Quote: Predator-74
        That is, judging by the last diagram, there are more Russian patriots in Uzbekistan than in Russia itself? What did the compilers of this "chart" think about?

        Quote: SSR
        In Uzbekistan, all kinds of NPOs are at zero, hence the result))) PSP will probably evaluate the activities of these very non-governmental organizations and their effectiveness.

        I don’t think that there is an NPO at zero.
        Simply due to the fact that mattresses are more interested in destabilizing Russia, they have significantly increased funding for NGOs in Russia, and judging by the result, "our Judas" are working off their 33 pieces of silver.
        By the way, in terms of the "negative" in honor of the Victory, "ours" were again ahead of Sr. Asia and almost caught up with Russophobic Poland.
        1. Sid.74
          Sid.74 11 May 2016 10: 39
          +4
          Quote: Nyrobsky
          “ours” again outstripped Middle Asia and almost caught up with Russophobic Poland.

          Yes, it svidomye zarobitchane ... yes
        2. de_monSher
          de_monSher 11 May 2016 18: 57
          +3
          I don’t think that there is an NPO at zero.


          To think is harmful, comrade, it is useful to know ... *)) Any NGOs from Uzbekistan were swept away by a filthy broom, in the late nineties, early 10s ...

          Happy holiday to you ... *)
      4. Sid.74
        Sid.74 11 May 2016 10: 32
        +4
        I correctly understood ... that the offended Svidomo in Poland is much more than in Ukraine itself ..? laughing

        For Kosovo and Albania, Romania and Croatia ... I don’t even want to say ... in a word - Romanians.

        About Azerbaijan ... I think everything is not so clear here ... for they have seriously increased exports to Russia because of the sanctions.

        What is typical for this "survey", the number of respondents is not indicated. This is an absolutely unrepresentative survey.
      5. bondarencko
        bondarencko 11 May 2016 22: 24
        0
        And a large number of Uzbeks work at construction sites in Russia.
      6. sgazeev
        sgazeev 13 May 2016 06: 00
        0
        Quote: SSR
        The three leaders in terms of supporting anti-Russian sanctions in the post-Soviet space are as follows:

        first place - Ukraine (62% of respondents);
        second place - Georgia (48% of respondents);
        third place - Moldova (32% of respondents).

        So the "partners" wanted to see the "fruits" of their work.
      7. Konstantin Yu
        Konstantin Yu 13 May 2016 08: 56
        +1
        You don’t understand ... in Russia, these 5% are our farmers and production workers ... there is more space in our market without Western candy wrappers ... It is high time to tighten our technologies ... especially in machine-tool building and auto ..
    2. drunkram
      drunkram 11 May 2016 06: 43
      +21
      here I think people are just grateful for finally starting to produce their own, rather than importing anything horrible and that's all thanks to the sanctions
      1. I am human
        I am human 12 May 2016 08: 34
        0
        Quote: drunkram
        here I think people are just grateful for finally starting to produce their own, rather than importing anything horrible and that's all thanks to the sanctions

        But it’s interesting if I told them that I didn’t give a damn about your sanctions, they hit me on the drum. This answer would also be entered in supporting sanctions
        1. drunkram
          drunkram 13 May 2016 09: 17
          +1
          Definitely. They would regard this as the fact that you are not against sanctions, which means that you support them.
    3. Sharapov
      Sharapov 11 May 2016 07: 57
      +16
      An interesting article, only about Poland you can argue a bit - there, I think, citizens spoke out for sanctions also because food prices in Poland immediately collapsed - farmers trade below cost, and people are happy.
      What can I say, even if the Poles began to supply fat to Hohland ...
      1. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 11 May 2016 11: 17
        +10
        Quote: Sharapov
        What can I say, even if the Poles began to supply fat to Hohland ...

        This is not the only miracle in Europe!

        In Bulgaria, bell pepper rots in the fields, and in Bulgarian shops lies bell pepper from Turkey. What ...

        In the same Poland, Lech Walesa, which only nishtyaks did not promise in the underground anti-Soviet circles at Gdansk shipyards to the lop-eared Poles, is only to ruin everything Soviet and turn back to the West ... And where is the Polish shipbuilding now?

        So what is happening now at the legendary shipyards of Szczecin, Gdynia, Gdansk, where in the 70s of the last century the independent trade union "Solidarity" was created? Their history is truly tragic, although among the people, out of habit, they continue to call them the cradle of “Solidarity” and consider them to be a peculiar trademark of modern Poland.

        The paradox is that the country's membership in the EU, on which Polish shipbuilders had high hopes, in reality turned out to be a real nightmare for them. At the insistence of the European Commission, Poland was ordered to sell all property belonging to the shipyards and the shipyards themselves. Over sixty thousand people are threatened with dismissal.

        When Nelly Cruis, EU Commissioner for Competition, arrived at a closed shipyard in Szczecin, Poland, workers and activists of the Solidarity union met her with a loud whistle and stated that they had decided to boycott the official’s visit from Brussels. Some held banners - “Welcome to the funeral pyre of Polish shipbuilding.”
        1. 933454818
          933454818 11 May 2016 17: 19
          +5
          I already wrote that not only Poland suffered from joining the EU. Portugal ordered the sale of almost the entire fishing fleet (Portugal, a country of sailors, for many generations, located on the Atlantic coast!). They said that in the EU there is someone to fish, they and they’ll catch. Now the Norwegians are fishing, taking it to Portugal, where the so-called Bakalau-salted fish (considered to be the best Bakalau-Portuguese) and bring this salted fish back to Norway.
      2. Aryan
        Aryan 11 May 2016 18: 39
        0
        Campaign in Poland polls generally collected in some gay club. Infa 100500%
    4. Homo
      Homo 11 May 2016 08: 34
      +34
      You are too straightforward. Have you read the entire article? Have you tried to stir up the "gray matter"?

      "And here you catch yourself thinking about how he himself would answer the question of Gallup representatives ... It would seem that these notorious sanctions are an inevitable evil ... And if the question had been asked this way in 2014, the answer was would: “categorically do not support.” But now the thoughts are completely different. After all, as you know, until the thunder breaks out, the peasant does not cross himself - that is, until these sanctions were in place, Russia, to put it mildly, did not particularly care that it is better to develop our own production than to sponsor the industrial sphere of the same European powers.It was after the imposition of sanctions by the West that we suddenly learned that we could fill store shelves with high-quality and competitive food of our own production, that we are capable of producing aircraft engines and other components for various types of equipment ourselves. "

      From this point of view, I think many of the Russians, for the sanctions!
      1. Erg
        Erg 11 May 2016 09: 13
        +23
        Quote: Homo
        From this point of view, I think many of the Russians, for the sanctions!

        I caught myself on this thought even before I read it to the end. I am for sanctions with both hands. But, I think, we should be prepared for the fact that the demons will deliver another blow - the lifting of sanctions. And here we must keep the powder dry.
        1. Shark Lover
          Shark Lover 11 May 2016 13: 21
          +6
          And how did sanctions affect us citizens at all? Prices rose, and so they grew, the ruble collapsed, I think it would have fallen, and oil prices fell. Banks both gave consumer loans at 20% and higher, and give. It affected bankers, Chubais and all kinds of financial speculators, geeks, in short. But, indeed, indeed, many small IPs got the opportunity to rise, those who themselves, without banks and loans.
        2. Yuyuka
          Yuyuka 11 May 2016 16: 43
          +7
          I caught myself on this thought even before I read it to the end. I am for sanctions with both hands. But, I think, we should be prepared for the fact that the demons will deliver another blow - the lifting of sanctions. And here we must keep the powder dry.

          and I caught myself as soon as they were introduced ... I said more than once - let's throw ourselves off at the monument to the obamke "from the grateful Russian people"! He was able to make our economy move, his contribution to the development of Russia and the increase of its defense capability will be appreciated by our descendants! wassat
          1. volgroo
            volgroo 11 May 2016 19: 06
            +2
            It was not for nothing that even in the last century Helena Roerich wrote about Russia. "Do not be sad about Russia, everything will turn to its advantage" (I quote from memory)
      2. Maksus
        Maksus 11 May 2016 09: 16
        -9
        But I am against. We survived to the point where in our hospital where before these sanctions even CT scans were done according to the prescription of the ENT clinic, now gypsum is imposed on receipt ...
        1. Erg
          Erg 11 May 2016 09: 40
          +11
          I don't really understand what a CT sinus is, but I caught the meaning in your words that we cannot survive without "abroad". It's about us, not them, believe me yes
          1. Maksus
            Maksus 11 May 2016 11: 46
            -2
            If you do not understand, then do not write. Who supplies parts to tomographs? Oddly enough, but abroad. And if they close these supplies - pi *** c our medicine, you know, no? In our country there is no such production at all.
            1. Erg
              Erg 11 May 2016 12: 21
              +10
              I don’t know how much you can trust, but according to "Russia" they showed that ours have made a tomograph (as they say, there would be no happiness ...), and it is twice cheaper than the Barmaley one. So do not be discouraged, friend - we will break through wink Yes, already seriously - it’s good to panic. The time is difficult, all reserves must be used.
              1. Maksus
                Maksus 11 May 2016 13: 54
                -3
                Yes, in our country, even X-RAY devices are made from imported components - we have two devices - the American GE and the "domestic" Electron, both have the same FRENCH X-ray tubes. Where to break through?
                Besides CT, there are MRIs, PET-CTs, mammographs, and ultrasound machines - we don’t have all this at a normal level, you see. Even in the capitals there is no modern domestic equipment, not like somewhere in the province. Do not write nonsense, before the development of modern equipment we need 5-10 years ...
                1. Maksus
                  Maksus 11 May 2016 15: 05
                  +4
                  What are the disadvantages, I would like to ask? Even if you imagine that we will organize the production of equipment, imagine how much time and money are needed to re-equip at least one city? I have in my hospital 9 stationary, 5 ward x-rays, 2 angiograph, 2 mammograph, 2 dental unit, 3 Dental CT scanner; 2 MSCT, 2 MRI, PET-CT and 4 C-arches - how much money and time will it take to replace this in only one hospital ???
                  1. NordUral
                    NordUral 11 May 2016 15: 37
                    +5
                    Tell me, what will you do when we are completely blocked? No, albeit crooked, I can’t, but it's time to do my own thing.
                    1. volgroo
                      volgroo 11 May 2016 19: 10
                      +2
                      I agree, but it is necessary for young people to grow up and train (engineers) and so that they not only develop their own industry but also raise it in order to do this. Everything takes time, however. Well, if for 5-10 years.
                  2. yehat
                    yehat 11 May 2016 17: 02
                    0
                    I would give you another 100500 minuses. Do you understand what you are saying? Progressive X-RAY equipment. Think! While still in school in the USSR, I read statistics on the use of these devices, two times trying on an apparatus for obtaining a fluorogram per person during a year actually increases the likelihood of cancer by about 1 times. Regular use, relapses with several images per year increases the likelihood of illness to very noticeable tenths of one. Our medicine is wondering how it is that the incidence of cancer is growing and PUSH people for the procedures that cause this cancer. Not everyone, but many. Yes, you can talk a lot about the benefits of X-rays, but to call it modern NECESSARY equipment - sorry, this is some kind of tin. You would first increase the statistics on the successful treatment of typical and massive cases of cancer by 5 times, radically attend to timely diagnosis and honest dissemination of information about the disease, that caring for cancer patients in Germany increases the survival rate after excision of tumors by 8 times in comparison with RF, and then they would stutter about X-rays. It is disgusting to happen so-called "doctors" who do not even understand how they harm patients because of their passivity, limitation and poor knowledge. Well, why, why should a therapist know the basics of safety when using radiation, if there are enough worries. And do not dare to complain about the lack of devices that can and provoke serious illnesses.
                    Or take at least an MRI machine. Great machine. How many people in your hospital can tell patients why these devices are harmful? I am sure there are none at all.
                    1. volgroo
                      volgroo 11 May 2016 19: 14
                      +2
                      In Soviet times, doctors prescribed each other with osteochondrosis an x-ray. At low doses, this is a good thing.
                      And after an MRI (cervical spine and brain), many people are not very well. Magnetic fields can even make a worse failure. It’s just not been investigated yet. Probably read about torsion influences.
                    2. Maksus
                      Maksus 12 May 2016 08: 04
                      0
                      Quote: yehat
                      I would give you another 100500 minuses. Do you understand what you are saying? Progressive X-RAY equipment. Think! While still in school in the USSR, I read statistics on the use of these devices, two times trying on an apparatus for obtaining a fluorogram per person during a year actually increases the likelihood of cancer by about 1 times. Regular use, relapses with several images per year increases the likelihood of illness to very noticeable tenths of one. Our medicine is wondering how it is that the incidence of cancer is growing and PUSH people for the procedures that cause this cancer. Not everyone, but many. Yes, you can talk a lot about the benefits of X-rays, but to call it modern NECESSARY equipment - sorry, this is some kind of tin. You would first increase the statistics on the successful treatment of typical and massive cases of cancer by 5 times, radically attend to timely diagnosis and honest dissemination of information about the disease, that caring for cancer patients in Germany increases the survival rate after excision of tumors by 8 times in comparison with RF, and then they would stutter about X-rays. It is disgusting to happen so-called "doctors" who do not even understand how they harm patients because of their passivity, limitation and poor knowledge. Well, why, why should a therapist know the basics of safety when using radiation, if there are enough worries. And do not dare to complain about the lack of devices that can and provoke serious illnesses.
                      Or take at least an MRI machine. Great machine. How many people in your hospital can tell patients why these devices are harmful? I am sure there are none at all.


                      Man - You are not in yourself, I am a radiologist, not a tarepevt. And unlike you, I know perfectly well where and how it is applied. You at least read the testimony for the appointment of procedures. And now I’ll finish you off so that you can sit and be silent - with PET-CT and scintigraphy, the patient is given RADIACTIVE drugs inside !!! Horror, it is irradiated from two sides !!!
                      MRI has a bunch of contraindications ...
                  3. Erg
                    Erg 11 May 2016 23: 52
                    0
                    I realized that everything is not easy. Got it. I just thought, but how many Stalin did not have in the 41st ...
                2. NordUral
                  NordUral 11 May 2016 15: 35
                  +2
                  That we will sit on the fifth point? That sanctions and spur.
                  1. Maksus
                    Maksus 11 May 2016 15: 43
                    +1
                    And who bothered to do before? What incomes should all this be built on? And, most importantly, who is doing this now?

                    P.S. When they block everything for me, there will be no more work for me. No apparatus, no work. And the people will begin to get sick much more interesting and hopeless than now, because without diagnosis mortality will jump ...
                    1. Nyrobsky
                      Nyrobsky 11 May 2016 18: 13
                      +2
                      Quote: Maksus
                      And who bothered to do before?

                      Don't you really understand?
                      Or are you slyly hinting that without the border we need to bend the khan in order to return the "well-oiled mechanism" of the final destruction of the domestic manufacturer of medical equipment, but already at the stage of "embryo".
                      In my opinion, sanctions as a ban Russia didn’t touch on the supply of medical equipment and medications at all, it just became twice as expensive at the dollar exchange rate.
                      But if Russia really begins to stamp the entire necessary line of equipment for diagnosing diseases, as well as arranges for the production of medications, then this will be a nightmare for American and European manufacturers.
                      To your question: - Who did not give before ..... I answer: Our liberalswho, under the vigilant control of "mattress advisers" since the 90s, have been destroying Russian manufacturers in the interests of Westerners in order to clean up the market for their goods.
                      1. Maksus
                        Maksus 11 May 2016 19: 09
                        0
                        Well, do not carry this nonsense about the evil liberals, okay? They remained all the same, just the defense industry has now finally become a priority. AvtoVAZ as it was merde, so it remained, only the price rose.

                        And about two times more expensive - yes, only the service has become twice as expensive. But the income remained in rubles the same.
                        And yes, without medicine our country is over. Now at least. For ours is nothing. Do you understand?
                      2. grandson of Perun
                        grandson of Perun 12 May 2016 15: 34
                        +1
                        Quote: Maksus
                        AvtoVAZ as it was merde, so it remained

                        Less for defamation of Vesta and Xray negative
                      3. Konstantin Yu
                        Konstantin Yu 13 May 2016 09: 11
                        0
                        Something I did not see letters and questions to GDP from the indignant doctors? They go to paid urologists or take puppies and all uni in chocolate ...
                  2. volgroo
                    volgroo 11 May 2016 19: 16
                    +2
                    But the statistics will improve. Only healthy ones will be. There will be no sick people, since they will immediately go to the dead column.
                    PS. Something pulled me into black humor today.
                    Litter all at once.
                    1. olimpiada15
                      olimpiada15 11 May 2016 22: 58
                      +1
                      You definitely noticed Volgroo.
                      Examinations are harmful, but it’s even more harmful not to treat the disease.
                      The effects of high intracranial pressure are visible only on the tomograph. There is no tomogram, and the person is considered healthy. And these are the strongest frequent headaches and the person is punished for this torment. Although the medicine has existed for a long time.
                      Doctors are capable of making a diagnosis without such tests. But those doctors who make a diagnosis without confirmation of images are considered fools, and those who recognize the sick as healthy are called "Honored Doctor". These are the realities of medicine.
                      This is a real life story. Maksus is right.
              2. bondarencko
                bondarencko 11 May 2016 22: 40
                +1
                And you do not get sick. Harden, exercise and do not run to the doctors with every pimple. I am 71 and in the clinic you will not find my card.
          2. sclerosis
            sclerosis 11 May 2016 12: 42
            +7
            Not true. Has already. Here:
            http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/76497
            Before the sanctions, I think, they would hardly have fussed with the development of their CT. Moreover, super-expensive imported devices are much more attractive for official thieves at all levels in terms of kickbacks, etc.
          3. Jamuqa
            Jamuqa 11 May 2016 15: 11
            +2
            I remember that during the First World War we also did not have tanks, as a result of sanctions we got the T-34 and IS-2
            1. Maksus
              Maksus 11 May 2016 16: 41
              0
              What sanctions0to? Who sold us Vickers? Who helped build the Gas Plant? And where did the engineers study?
              1. Nyrobsky
                Nyrobsky 11 May 2016 18: 20
                +1
                Quote: Maksus
                Who sold us Vickers? Who helped build the Gas Plant? And where did the engineers study?

                For everything paid. Just like that, nobody gave us anything.
                Even in the most difficult times, we paid with silver and gold.
                Assistants damn it, in creating problems ...
                1. Maksus
                  Maksus 11 May 2016 19: 11
                  -2
                  That's right, no one talks about gratuitousness, you are not living in a country of fools. And now no one will sell anything for money ...
                  Why in Italy, in which there is no oil for 20 euros, you can fly from Rome to Greece, and you can’t buy a ticket from Moscow to St. Petersburg for less than 3 thousands?
                  1. brumgilda81
                    brumgilda81 11 May 2016 21: 44
                    +3
                    But these issues do not depend on sanctions in any way. Thieving and reckless officials, as before the sanctions, remained in place. Let's hope so far)))
                  2. Nyrobsky
                    Nyrobsky 11 May 2016 23: 53
                    +2
                    Quote: Maksus
                    Why in Italy, in which there is no oil for 20 euros, you can fly from Rome to Greece, and you can’t buy a ticket from Moscow to St. Petersburg for less than 3 thousands?

                    Sir, are you deliberately driving people into doubt?
                    Flight Ciampino-Eleftherios Venitselos - flight time 1 hour 55 minutes, ticket price 95 euros, which in translation to our full-bodied and voiced rubles is 7392 rubles, at the exchange rate on May 11, 2016.
                    You can fly to St. Petersburg from Moscow for 46 euros, with a ticket price of 3500 rubles.
                    1. Maksus
                      Maksus 12 May 2016 08: 09
                      -1
                      Sir, I can find it more expensive for you, but it’s such statistics - https://www.ryanair.com/gb/en/cheap-flights/rome-ciampino-to-athens?out-from-dat

                      e = 2016-05-12 & out-to-date = 2017-03-25 & budget = 20 - ticket price was 19,60 €, still have questions?
                      I was there 2 weeks ago and myself flew for that kind of money. Personally. And not from the Internet I take.
                    2. Nyrobsky
                      Nyrobsky 12 May 2016 10: 20
                      +2
                      Quote: Maksus
                      I was there 2 weeks ago and myself flew for that kind of money.

                      Well, thank God!)))
                      As I understand it, the crisis did not greatly affect your ability to jump out of the "harsh, soviet-suffocating reality", so that somewhere far from the Motherland on the shores of the Aegean Sea, "take care" for the fate of compatriots and limiting the possibility of purchasing imported equipment instead of developing domestic
                      I do not blame, I just doubt the sincerity of your "concerns".
                      Further, I see no reason to continue the discussion. All the best
                    3. Maksus
                      Maksus 12 May 2016 10: 25
                      -3
                      What, immediately and there is nothing to argue?
                      Imagine, but very seriously affected. My salary fell twice, approximately in euros and dollars. How and for what I spend money is my business, right? Yes, imagine, I believe that a person has the right once a year to go somewhere and relax.
                    4. Nyrobsky
                      Nyrobsky 12 May 2016 11: 35
                      +2

                      "" "What, there's nothing to argue right away?"
                      I do not see the point)))
                      Mutually - minus
                    5. Maksus
                      Maksus 12 May 2016 13: 03
                      -2
                      So nothing, t.d.
      3. sdc_alex
        sdc_alex 11 May 2016 20: 13
        +5
        So what they are talking about. For this, factories were built and engineers were trained to raise their own. If it were possible to freely acquire everything abroad, then why all this had to be built and trained their personnel.
        I am deeply convinced that in order to raise domestic industry, it is necessary to ensure a situation in which everything is further or complete death or development. In the meantime, it will be possible and more profitable to buy equipment abroad, there they will buy it and no one will think about building their own production facilities.
        1. Maksus
          Maksus 11 May 2016 20: 32
          -3
          So maybe you need to start with the fact that the plant was built, and only then break the connection, not? Do not try to pass off the idiocy of our rulers for another cunning plan.
          1. Nyrobsky
            Nyrobsky 11 May 2016 23: 43
            +5
            Quote: Maksus
            So maybe you need to start with the fact that the plant was built, and only then break the connection, not? Do not try to pass off the idiocy of our rulers for another cunning plan.

            Well, for starters, let's say that we didn’t start breaking contacts.
            Sanctions against Russia began to be imposed after the death of a certain accomplice of the American thief Browder - Magnitsky, long before the Crimea and Urkaina.
            Surely, if Magnitsky hadn’t rested and Crimea hadn’t happened to Urkaina, the mattresses would have found another reason for imposing sanctions against Russia.
            From our side only counter-sanctions followed.
          2. sdc_alex
            sdc_alex 12 May 2016 05: 57
            +2
            What the hell is a "cunning plan", who tells you about it? This is not a plan, this is a coincidence (planned, but not by us). And there is no need to build factories, they exist, only they are doing the wrong thing and in the wrong volume. And these factories will not develop until it becomes easier to buy products abroad.
            From the point of view of the capitalist, buying 10 tomographs is simpler (and much faster in terms of making profit) than building production, training personnel, gaining experience, etc. etc. And the development of this product, its production, etc. they were carried out before the sanctions, only at a much lower speed, because money was not invested in the right amount - it was easier and faster to buy ready-made goods.
            1. Maksus
              Maksus 12 May 2016 10: 43
              -1
              My colleague, as for tomographs, since I started this topic. The first tomography scanners in the West appeared back in the 70's, rather massively in clinics began to appear in the 80's. But in the USSR they were also bought and not introduced in large quantities, although there were opportunities. But there was no capitalism yet. The question is, why? Yes, everything is the same - no one upstairs needs this. In 4, the headquarters was (purchased by itself or through third countries, it doesn’t matter), the ministers were served and normal. So it is now - no one on top needs this, but people will suffer in any case. And our dear, profound capitalist is not interested in profit in 5-10 years, he wants here and now, buy-sell ...
  2. NordUral
    NordUral 11 May 2016 15: 34
    +2
    So it is necessary that it be.
  3. Homo
    Homo 11 May 2016 17: 19
    +4
    Quote: Maksus
    Who supplies parts to tomographs? Oddly enough, but abroad. And if they close these supplies - pi *** c our medicine, you know, no? In our country there is no such production at all.

    You are behind the times. Already built the first tomograph, completely Russian. After the tests will be launched into the series, the price is 50% lower than the western ones. TTX is not worse than western.
    1. volgroo
      volgroo 11 May 2016 19: 19
      +2
      We can always build one prototype and this is excellent. And how much time will pass before the mass introduction? Your forecast please.
    2. Maksus
      Maksus 11 May 2016 20: 34
      -5
      Blah blah blah, as with cars it will be - expensive, filthy and not working. Do not forget that in addition to the equipment itself, workstations with a bunch of service programs are also needed - for working with contrast modes, calculating perfusion, 3D. And this is not there either. There is nothing, we don’t even do our contrast preparations.
      1. sdc_alex
        sdc_alex 12 May 2016 06: 04
        +4
        Sorry, but this is idiocy.
        Quote: Maksus
        how it will be with cars - expensive, rotten and not working.

        1. Not expensive, but cheaper than many.
        2. For a long time already not rotten.
        3. It works and no worse than anyone.
        With your logic you need to pohder own production in favor of abroad, because anyway
        Quote: Maksus
        expensive, filthy and not working.

        Generally infuriates a similar attitude to products manufactured in Russia. This is some kind of stamp from perestroika.
        1. Maksus
          Maksus 12 May 2016 07: 39
          -5
          This is not a stamp, but a fact. After the Japanese and German cars, the contrast with our car is unrealistic. Where are our domestic:
          1. Television
          2. Phone
          3. Washer
          4. Blender
          5. Meat grinder
          6. Minivan car for the family
          7. Normal rather than disposable pram
          8. Diapers
          9. Feminine pads
          10. Clothes
          11. Cinema
          12. Rail and air tickets available to anyone
          13. Modern trains
          14. Normal sausage
          1. sdc_alex
            sdc_alex 12 May 2016 08: 05
            +2
            An example can be given for almost each of the above points, but I will not. Look for it yourself.
            And about cars in general - a separate and long conversation.
            As I understand it - this armor cannot be pierced.
            wink
            1. Maksus
              Maksus 12 May 2016 09: 24
              -5
              Give, for each item, please. And for cars - more.
            2. grandson of Perun
              grandson of Perun 12 May 2016 15: 42
              +2
              Quote: Maksus
              Give, for each item, please. And for cars - more.

              In fact, it’s you who should tell in more detail the new ones about German and Japanese cars at least not one and a half times more expensive than our Vesta.
              And the more expensive the car - the more from it it is expected.
        2. papont64
          papont64 12 May 2016 09: 00
          +1
          Sable machine for the whole family
          1. Maksus
            Maksus 12 May 2016 09: 25
            -3
            Why not a Gazelle right away?
          2. papont64
            papont64 12 May 2016 09: 50
            +4
            I have 9 gazelles in my fleet, though diesel ones, the operating experience is 6 years, the first one is still on the line, the mileage exceeded 200000 km. Not without repairs, but not critical. Formula price quality works. Cost has fought off in three years. Now they make a profit. Cost of ownership is low; spare parts are available both in price and in stock. I live and work in Vladivostok. Previously, the park consisted of second-hand Japanese women. Recently got rid of the latter. Took 2 Valdai A Sable 4wd diesel took for pokatushek, hunting, fishing. Large lounge, a lot of space in the trunk, all the locks on the chassis. A Japanese of his class costs 4 times more expensive. You cannot drive a Japanese Car for 2,5-3,5 million rubles into a forest or a quagmire or to a country house with manure. It turns out that Sable is for 0,5-0,8 million, it’s the most
          3. Maksus
            Maksus 12 May 2016 09: 57
            -2
            Well, UAZ is better at the cottage or in the quagmire, no?
        3. papont64
          papont64 12 May 2016 09: 50
          +1
          I have 9 gazelles in my fleet, though diesel ones, the operating experience is 6 years, the first one is still on the line, the mileage exceeded 200000 km. Not without repairs, but not critical. Formula price quality works. Cost has fought off in three years. Now they make a profit. Cost of ownership is low; spare parts are available both in price and in stock. I live and work in Vladivostok. Previously, the park consisted of second-hand Japanese women. Recently got rid of the latter. Took 2 Valdai A Sable 4wd diesel took for pokatushek, hunting, fishing. Large lounge, a lot of space in the trunk, all the locks on the chassis. A Japanese of his class costs 4 times more expensive. You cannot drive a Japanese Car for 2,5-3,5 million rubles into a forest or a quagmire or to a country house with manure. It turns out that Sable is for 0,5-0,8 million, it’s the most
    3. papont64
      papont64 12 May 2016 09: 00
      0
      Sable machine for the whole family
    4. AndreyS
      AndreyS 12 May 2016 11: 46
      +1
      Quote: Maksus
      Where are our domestic:

      6. Minivan car for the family

      Well, about cars you can still argue))))) It is not strange.
      This is RAF
      RAF style

      And this is AZLK
      AZLK Yauza

      Minivan AZLK 2139 "Arbat"
      Minivan AZLK 2139 "Arbat"

      US 1101 "Compact" (Oka-2)
      US 1101 "Compact" (Oka-2)
      1. Maksus
        Maksus 12 May 2016 14: 41
        -3
        But nothing that it was a long time ago and half of this prototypes? I'm talking about our reality.
      2. sdc_alex
        sdc_alex 12 May 2016 19: 19
        +2
        Quote: Maksus
        about our reality


        7 places 540 TR - 608 TR (check with your dealer for details)
  • bondarencko
    bondarencko 11 May 2016 22: 37
    +1
    I agree, especially if you recall the 20-30 years of the last century, when the USSR. under the guidance of the PARTY got up on his feet!
  • Jamuqa
    Jamuqa 11 May 2016 13: 53
    0
    where do you have it?
    1. Maksus
      Maksus 11 May 2016 14: 03
      -3
      In St. Petersburg, but what?
  • NordUral
    NordUral 11 May 2016 15: 33
    +1
    Do not confuse God's gift with fried eggs. Looks at the root cause in your case.
  • NordUral
    NordUral 11 May 2016 15: 32
    0
    I subscribe! Just wrote in this vein.
  • Finches
    Finches 11 May 2016 08: 41
    +3
    Where is the respected comrade NEXUS, who convinced me of the support of Russia by the majority of Moldova! How will he comment on these figures:"third place is Moldova (32% of respondents)."?
    1. Finches
      Finches 11 May 2016 09: 38
      +3
      I’ll add, all the same, in fairness that I do not believe in the objectivity of these polls - or rather, the answers that were widely publicized! Most likely the numbers are adjusted to the political conditions existing on the market!
      1. NordUral
        NordUral 11 May 2016 15: 39
        +1
        Yes, it’s not the polls that matter, but how we, Russia will take this chance to force our internal enemies, and this is almost the entire government and the Central Bank, to work for the country and people.
  • bif
    bif 11 May 2016 09: 16
    0
    Quote: Predator-74
    That is, judging by the last diagram, there are more Russian patriots in Uzbekistan than in Russia itself? What did the compilers of this "chart" think about?

    The results of such studies should be interpreted taking into account the error, usually it is at least 2-3%, so the result of Uzbekistan and Russia in the same interval is 2 + -2% and, accordingly, 5 + -2% ..
  • Achilles
    Achilles 11 May 2016 09: 18
    +2
    That is, judging by the last diagram, there are more Russian patriots in Uzbekistan than in Russia itself? What did the compilers of this "chart" think about?


    And where are the patriots? On the contrary, sanctions are good (counter sanctions), now there is a good opportunity for our producers to occupy our Russian market, after the 90s, our market was imported to us from almost 85-90% of goods from abroad, and now the trend is decreasing, the main thing is that it could take advantage of our government.
  • avdkrd
    avdkrd 11 May 2016 09: 24
    +1
    Quote: Predator-74
    That is, judging by the last diagram, there are more Russian patriots in Uzbekistan than in Russia itself? What did the compilers of this "chart" think about?

    Wrong conclusion. Just this question and the answer to it is ambiguous. Personally, I have a negative attitude not to sanctions, which I consider to be good for Russia, but to those who lobbied for their introduction. Those 5% of Russians who answered positively to this question probably share my point of view.
  • Luga
    Luga 11 May 2016 12: 12
    +1
    Quote: Predator-74
    That is, judging by the last diagram, there are more Russian patriots in Uzbekistan than in Russia itself?


    No, of course, dear. It seems to me that deducing the number or percentage of patriots from the results of this survey is generally ungrateful. And in Russia, not everyone who voted against sanctions is patriots, let alone Uzbekistan.

    Quote: Predator-74
    What did the compilers of this "chart" think about?


    But I consider this question to be the key one for analyzing the result of a "digested" survey. The answer to it, in my opinion, is obvious, but only if you guess it (the question) to ask and think about it (the answer) a little.

    So what were they thinking?

    About money, of course. They always think about them first. Where to go, who to surrender to, who will pay the most. And the one who pays wants to see what he wants. At least half the world, supports sanctions, that's what he wants to see. And only savages and marginals do not support them. In order for savages and marginals to be convinced that they are real savages and marginals, savages and marginals must constantly be reminded that they are savages and marginals, but savages and marginals must understand that if they do not want to be like savages and marginals, then they should not behave like savages and marginals, but listen to elders and support sanctions against Russia.

    Well, perhaps, some of the most intelligent of them still thought that in Russia it was certainly for the results of their polls that all of us ... were, but that did not bother him. Him and to all of us ... t.
  • Ros 56
    Ros 56 11 May 2016 14: 20
    0
    Quote: Predator-74
    What did the compilers of this "chart" think about?


    The question is incorrect. We must ask our liberals - what did they think when they answered? And further on to grandfather Krylov - there is nothing to blame on the mirror, if the mug is crooked. hi
  • rpek32
    rpek32 11 May 2016 14: 32
    +2
    Quote: Predator-74
    That is, judging by the last diagram, there are more Russian patriots in Uzbekistan than in Russia itself? What did the compilers of this "chart" think about?

    what about option: sanctions help develop their industries?
    in this regard, for example, I also support sanctions (suddenly laughing )
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  • Rico1977
    Rico1977 11 May 2016 22: 27
    +3
    She, just myself, for example, for sanctions, I support them with both hands and demand the continuation of the banquet! And I really do not want to be filmed. Finally, they began to engage in agricultural and industry. Import substitution has begun, albeit with a creak. Another year, two sanctions - and we will not need anyone. We can do everything ourselves, we have everything, we have all the resources, there are the most intelligent people in the world and the most hardworking people. We are the only country in the world that does not need anyone at all. And the longer the West does not lift the sanctions, the worse will be its position in further negotiations. And to make the west a cancer and ... like our grandfathers - it’s generally priceless.
  • Rico1977
    Rico1977 11 May 2016 22: 27
    0
    She, just myself, for example, for sanctions, I support them with both hands and demand the continuation of the banquet! And I really do not want to be filmed. Finally, they began to engage in agricultural and industry. Import substitution has begun, albeit with a creak. Another year, two sanctions - and we will not need anyone. We can do everything ourselves, we have everything, we have all the resources, there are the most intelligent people in the world and the most hardworking people. We are the only country in the world that does not need anyone at all. And the longer the West does not lift the sanctions, the worse will be its position in further negotiations. And to make the west a cancer and ... like our grandfathers - it’s generally priceless.
  • dima mzk
    dima mzk 12 May 2016 05: 48
    0
    Keep in mind that here in Russia hang out gangs of Ukrainians who work here, and breathe poison in the soul
  • Ayujak
    Ayujak 11 May 2016 06: 35
    +2
    Uzbekistan surprised. This shows the "objectivity" of the survey. After all, you can always correct the survey in the right direction. These polls are basically the same leverage as the ratings of various agencies. They do not even show the "general temperature in the ward".
  • dmi.pris
    dmi.pris 11 May 2016 06: 45
    +6
    So what? Who cares what they think in Greece and Uzbekistan? Why there is no data on Germany or France? It's just a dummy.
    1. cap
      cap 11 May 2016 07: 41
      +19
      Quote: dmi.pris
      So what? Who cares what they think in Greece and Uzbekistan? Why there is no data on Germany or France? It's just a dummy.


      The survey conducted 100% only the results are "wrong". fellow
      That's jammed.
      the french against

      Here is the French response to anti-Russian sanctions.
  • dckx
    dckx 11 May 2016 07: 05
    +12
    American Institute for the Study of Public Opinion Gallup - there’s no point in reading further, it's clear laying with an attempt to form the required public opinion and mood.
    1. andranick
      andranick 11 May 2016 07: 26
      +5
      I disagree (about "there is no point in reading"). Yes, we must take into account where the public opinion is inclined. And compare, compare, compare with other sources to identify trends. I'll tell you a secret, I even read the censor.
    2. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 11 May 2016 07: 38
      +3
      Quote: dckx
      - further there is no sense in reading, pure laying

      I would still recommend you read. From the Polish-suck Warsaw bull's-eye to the Uzbek-and we piss.
      1. dckx
        dckx 11 May 2016 10: 28
        +3
        I would still recommend you read - Yes, you are right to read it, but everything was transparent about me (IMHO) - Ukraine, Georgia, Moldova is understandable and 100% expected, the main countries where there is an absolute opportunity to ignite real conflicts directed against Russia. Of course - Azerbaijan (Karabakh). This concerns the former, now Western "Partners" - Poland, Romania, the Baltic States = 100%. Ask why Albania Kosovo, Croatia, I will answer - elementary blurring (sifting through the list, here one could only guess). One of the directions of the West in the struggle to forgive Russia is to stab public opinion not only by directing it against neighboring peoples, but also by forming contradictions between public opinion and the government. In Uzbekistan, you know I have many friends from this country, so they are almost completely in our market (fruits and vegetables), and they did not lose their sector, but after sanctions they cannot increase it without additional. investments, but they are not. For me, Western propaganda is as predictable as Hollywood, which has a crisis of the genre and a lack of imagination floundering in attempts to change the situation by changing only the special effects.
        With respect, and without any hint of teaching, all of the above IMHO.
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        2. dckx
          dckx 11 May 2016 11: 15
          0
          The most interesting thing is that on the official website, in the Survey Methods section it says "adults aged 15 and above took part in the survey."
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  • Humpty
    Humpty 11 May 2016 07: 24
    +7
    At the expense of Kyrgyzstan, I’ll say for sure - the number from the finger was sucked. Apparently, local grant-eaters who did not bother to interview workers at workshops and textile workers, bazaar traders, and mine workers. But they could fill in the paper without leaving the rented office. The real figure is likely closer to the Uzbek two percent.
  • rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 11 May 2016 07: 29
    +1
    47% of those polled said that they support the imposition of sanctions, 32% expressed the opposite opinion, while the rest (21%) found it difficult to give a definite answer

    32% of those who do not support sanctions are already talking about something. It seems that we need, as in that film about Kibalchish, to stand still a day and hold out the night.
  • Stas157
    Stas157 11 May 2016 07: 38
    +10
    . and giving up Turkish tomatoes ...
    But other vegetables from Turkey came to us in larger quantities! It seems that the Turkish producers of cucumbers and tomatoes were retrained for kobachok and eggplant, thereby partially compensated for their losses. After all, look, in each store exclusively Turkish turkish squash are sold! Why do we always cut off in half measures! Just like in Syria, Putin announced that the tasks had been completed and that the Turkish border had not been closed ...
    1. Pulya
      Pulya 11 May 2016 08: 46
      +3
      [quote = Stas157] [quote]. Why do we always cut off in half measures! Just like in Syria, Putin announced that the tasks have been completed, but the Turkish border has not been closed ... [/ quote]
      Because we have a SEMI government.
    2. Pulya
      Pulya 11 May 2016 09: 29
      +23
      Actuality.
  • bocsman
    bocsman 11 May 2016 07: 42
    +2
    Here, one more unannounced poll result is interesting. How strong is anti-Russian propaganda in these countries. That is, the infection of society with Russophobia.

    Quote: andranick
    I disagree (about "there is no point in reading"). Yes, we must take into account where the public opinion is inclined. And compare, compare, compare with other sources to identify trends. I'll tell you a secret, I even read the censor.


    Well, at the expense of the censor, I don’t know if it’s worth looking into this waste barrel. But in general, the right approach.
    1. andranick
      andranick 11 May 2016 07: 56
      +6
      About the waste barrel - that's for sure. But watching how the worldview of the radical part of Ukrainian society (the "jumpers") is changing is partly amusing and partly useful in terms of how public opinion is manipulated. And so yes, cesspool.
      1. Erg
        Erg 11 May 2016 09: 27
        +3
        In general, it is hard not to notice that the Maidan-fascist enthusiasm of the Merlik puppies fell concretely. They began to "work" without a spark wassat It is becoming more and more difficult to suck "hydration and non-profit" from the finger. Some empty emotions, without facts and evidence. Blown away, in a word.
        1. andranick
          andranick 11 May 2016 10: 45
          0
          Totally agree
  • 31rus2
    31rus2 11 May 2016 07: 51
    +4
    Dear, ask the question why in the United States and Europe they began to talk so much about sanctions, even about cancellation, at the same time they are "amicably" adopting new ones and tightening the already imposed sanctions, so the question has really come to light? a distracting maneuver, it is already understandable to divert attention from more serious actions, and this is an increase in the number, the contingent of the US army near the borders of Russia, missile defense, attempts to deploy medium-range nuclear weapons, regular provocative exercises, aviation flights, ship calls
  • Member
    Member 11 May 2016 07: 58
    +2
    If you believe the diagrams above, then anti-Russian sanctions for countries that are not former Soviet republics show that sanctions are supported by less than 38% of the population surveyed.
    A similar survey in 11 post-Soviet states shows that sanctions support less than 21% of the population surveyed.
  • slimp
    slimp 11 May 2016 08: 03
    +1
    Can you believe these figures? :)

    In Russia, there is little for sanctions. Personally, I see nothing wrong with the fact that the West refused to Russian companies, for example, loans. The profit is also with us. The only bad thing is that their loans were not promptly replaced by local (state) ones.
    And there is a bonus from retaliatory sanctions :)
    1. KaPToC
      KaPToC 11 May 2016 16: 40
      0
      Are you kidding me? How can enemy propaganda be believed?
  • Seraphimamur
    Seraphimamur 11 May 2016 08: 26
    +4
    Indeed sanctions are bad ... on the one hand. And on the other. The Russians unexpectedly realized that they could feed themselves and produce quality products and not beg to look into the eyes of Geyrope and mattresses. Somehow self-esteem rose.
  • Alexez
    Alexez 11 May 2016 08: 40
    +4
    Great article - very revealing graphs! You can immediately see who is hu ... Definitely, for 25 years there has been no better impetus in the development of the country, so I, too, +1 for sanctions !!! And most importantly, the amers did not grow together in the main tasks of these sanctions - to make Russia an outcast, everything turned out the opposite - they deceived themselves.
  • Volzhanin
    Volzhanin 11 May 2016 08: 56
    +1
    I hope that we with corrupt salesmen turned off all economic relations. And with other stinkers too. If this is not so, then we do not have a government, but a bunch of ******* and the shame of the nation!
    1. Alexez
      Alexez 11 May 2016 09: 14
      0
      And here I do not agree with you. Sometimes you have to not react to, as you said, "stinky" - it's not worth it. Yes, and what do they have besides apples, cheap perfume, and I can't even figure out what else to eat? ...
  • kos2910
    kos2910 11 May 2016 09: 04
    +5
    Silly poll and not saying anything. I also support the regime of anti-sanctions - they are good for our economy and it is very good that they will not be removed, since they will never see Crimea again.
  • Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 11 May 2016 09: 08
    +4
    I would not be so "optimistic" about the long-term "positive" impact of sanctions on our agriculture. It will end soon, not in the sense that the sanctions will be lifted soon, but in the sense that an "offensive" on our agriculture is already being prepared from a completely different "front." I hope you all have read the latest "news" that China has taken a strategic direction in the development of its GMO food industry and wants to become a leader in the production of GMOs. What does it mean? This means that cheap GMO agricultural products from China will soon flood into Russia and quickly displace the products of our manufacturers or force them to switch to GMO production like in China. Do you know what this will lead to in terms of the health of the nation? China, like the United States (and even more so than the United States), needs only our territories ... but free from the local population, since they already have enough of their hardworking slaves ...
  • Mestny
    Mestny 11 May 2016 09: 19
    +1
    Quote: Predator-74
    That is, judging by the last diagram, there are more Russian patriots in Uzbekistan than in Russia itself? What did the compilers of this "chart" think about?

    The fact is that in Russia, quite a lot of people welcome sanctions as a means of getting our government to move. And indeed, there are results.
    No need to go far, even here many speak out about the need for sanctions as the real reason for the increase in own production.
  • Igor Polovodov
    Igor Polovodov 11 May 2016 09: 34
    +1
    It is high time to change the "definition" of the image of SANCTION for a more appropriate and consistent with reality - one of the ways of waging war. These are not sanctions, this is an economic war!
  • tsg3
    tsg3 11 May 2016 10: 11
    +1
    but Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia are not former union republics?
  • Jääkorppi
    Jääkorppi 11 May 2016 10: 16
    +1
    I support only the domestic manufacturer (respectively) on both sides of the border. Cheap Polish, Bulgarian, Spanish, German ... I do not buy goods. Recently, the Foreign Minister, and everyone hoped when they voted that he was for national sovereignty, after a trip to Washington, began to urge not to forget that the country's inhabitants are Europeans. And most saw this Europe in ...
  • surrozh
    surrozh 11 May 2016 10: 18
    0
    And where is our Gallup, only American and international (American) agencies are heard.
  • In100gram
    In100gram 11 May 2016 10: 31
    0
    I am also for sanctions with both hands. Though their agriculture and industry began to rise. Few patriots in our country, only 5%. what
  • tsg3
    tsg3 11 May 2016 10: 32
    +1
    I agree with the grasscloth
  • akims
    akims 11 May 2016 11: 02
    +1
    Data for 2015. They are outdated. Even in Ukraine, people began to see clearly; I don’t even speak about others. If we conduct a similar survey now, the data would be different.
  • Sidel45
    Sidel45 11 May 2016 11: 05
    +1
    In this case, I am among those supporting sanctions against my native country. BUT subject to the expansion and tightening of the embargo for sanctioners on products that we can produce ourselves !!! And we ourselves can produce EVERYTHING !!! If you move your brains a little and strain yourself.
  • Igor V
    Igor V 11 May 2016 11: 10
    0
    Any polls are done by someone’s order. Hence the results. And the time before publication - traded with payment or by results. The purpose of this survey is not very clear to me. They imposed sanctions without asking the population, they will also be unlikely to be removed.
    For us, sanctions have given an official reason to change the type of economy. But that did not happen. Sorry.
  • RUR
    RUR 11 May 2016 11: 11
    +3
    There is quite a long experience of communicating with the Poles in Polish forums in the Polish language and my impression is that about 25-30% of Russophobes, I must also take into account the fact that now in Poland there are a significant number of Ukrainians who are actively leading an anti-Russian company in Poland. Oddly enough, strangely enough, anti-Americanism, although there are plenty of US lovers, and anti-Germanism, which is more understandable. Strong and anti-Semitism. In short, the Poles are not much different from other European nations in this sense. Of course, politics is another matter. However, it must be emphasized that these are my personal impressions. There are lovers and admirers of Putin and
    Russia, however, the Russophobian group is very loud and active
    1. SlavaP
      SlavaP 11 May 2016 14: 20
      0
      I talk a lot with the Poles, living in Britain, and I have never heard a hint of hostility. And our motto with them: to hell with politics, let's go drink vodka.
  • faiver
    faiver 11 May 2016 11: 14
    +1
    I just did not understand why the Balts were in the section of Eastern European countries, and not in the section of the post-Soviet states? :)
  • VladimS
    VladimS 11 May 2016 11: 16
    +2
    Quote: Predator-74
    but judging by the latest diagram, there are more Russian patriots in Uzbekistan than in Russia itself? What did the compilers of this "chart" think about?

    They only need to count, without bias. Not "think".
    It seems to me that in Russia, and not only in it, after the adoption of such restrictions, many have become smarter. Here it is necessary to distinguish and divide such sanctions into two or more parts.
    1. Limitations in the financial sector. The ability to take relatively cheap loans / refinance, etc.
    2. The fall in oil prices is quite objective. Although I personally do not have the feeling that
    there was / is a forgery of reports on shale oil production volumes.
    This drop in oil prices led to a real drop in the revenue of our companies. Which is quite natural. I believe that if it were not for this fact, we would only have been hawking with their sanctions ...
    otherwise. It is sanctions that contribute to the positive dynamics of development in many sectors.
    industry, real production. He made heads of different levels move, etc.
    That is why, with all the negative that they have exceeded the sanctions ..., I am for them! So as not to remove another 2-3 years minimum. In the sense that, during this time, GOD will give, in my country
    I believe, nevertheless, there will be a revival of many up to this point, "lying on the side" of the sectors of the economy! I sincerely hope so!
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  • Obolensky
    Obolensky 11 May 2016 11: 55
    0
    And I do not believe in any opinion polls. Because, as a rule, there are either overestimated or underestimated results. The best indicator is an action, not a talking room.
  • DimerVladimer
    DimerVladimer 11 May 2016 13: 05
    +2
    Where did you see "quality" Russian products on store shelves?
    Take the same five or a magnet - unripe cheese, it even does not meet the standards of the USSR closely, butter with margarine in a ratio of 25% butter!
    50% of sausages do not know what meat (pork skin, bacon, chicken offal, etc.), mozzarella and parmesan with an incomprehensible taste are - the market was filled with a low-quality product at a fabulous price.
    And high-quality cheese was produced by 4 Altai high-quality producers - they are also produced, because high-quality raw materials cannot be produced in large quantities and high-quality cheese has not increased on sale.
    Moreover, after the imposition of sanctions, many of the products went up by 30-70%.
    I am personally against such sanctions.
    When a quality product from Europe disappeared - the local Neksem began to compete - you can raise prices and not worry about quality.
    Reducing competition is evil - it's silly not to understand it!
    1. Jamuqa
      Jamuqa 11 May 2016 13: 49
      0
      But you don’t go to Pyaterochka and Magnit, there are other shops ... you just don’t be lazy and know where these and shops and high-quality goods are. We will not buy in Magnets, etc., they themselves will be bent and in their place normal networks will come. There is no need to support ruble sellers of substandard goods
      1. DimerVladimer
        DimerVladimer 11 May 2016 14: 54
        +3
        I buy cat food there%)
        Products - out of habit look - marketing research so to speak.
        Of course, I know where you can buy high-quality Altai cheese at a low price - Honduras chain stores don't sell it, they feed the population with low-quality "import substitution"
  • DimerVladimer
    DimerVladimer 11 May 2016 13: 25
    +1
    In general, all this "baida" about import substitution is fiction.
    In order to produce high-quality goods, it is necessary not only to have high-quality raw materials and technologies, but also appropriate production and trained personnel.
    I have been to many factories in Europe and China.
    For example, the mechatronics plant near Pesaro was built and operates according to the kaizen system, the guys from Toyota set up production, equipment and trained personnel. As a result, the plant produces products worth 1.5 billion euros per year and works on it ... 75 people. In Russia, under the approximate volume of production - the number of personnel will be close to 1500 people. Huge amounts of money must be invested in production - not to be competitive. But in our country, investments in production are limited by the lengthy arguments of government amateurs.
    The same machine-tool production in Italy, equipped with machining centers (such as MAZAK) is better than the advanced aircraft engine companies in Russia.
    After the collapse of the ruble, the modernization of Russian production is generally a big question.
    1. Jamuqa
      Jamuqa 11 May 2016 13: 51
      +3
      And here I completely agree: we must now revive and develop machine tool construction, and not trade center construction.
      1. Yuyuka
        Yuyuka 11 May 2016 19: 57
        +1
        And here I completely agree: we must now revive and develop machine tool construction, and not trade center construction.

        in fact, we need to go a little further - to prepare personnel for working with equipment ... otherwise, as in construction, there will be Tajiks behind CNC machines ... Ramshats and Dzhamshuts ... and we are growing a generation that turns into these Dzhamshuts, only by efforts there is no way to save the family, there must be state policy, and as it was not, it is not foreseen! request
    2. poruchik
      poruchik 11 May 2016 14: 14
      +1
      my wife works at a defense enterprise ... imagine a team sitting idle))) then there are no orders, then components (((
  • Igor Olegovich
    Igor Olegovich 11 May 2016 13: 31
    0
    I do not understand Ukrainians. For what they fought, they ran into that ... And are the Russians to blame?
    1. poruchik
      poruchik 11 May 2016 14: 10
      +1
      Well, my friend ... etozh yak forever)))
  • atakan
    atakan 11 May 2016 13: 42
    0
    The largest number of people in favor of anti-Russian economic sanctions are in Poland. The result of the Gallup poll is 70%. It must have been that Polish citizens who spoke out in support of anti-Russian sanctions “pleased” Polish farmers, who were forced to dump their agricultural products under the windows of buildings in which the Polish authorities, in their understanding, build democracy.

    We must not forget about this. Now I’ll read the labels in the store more carefully. Poland a big hello.
  • Jamuqa
    Jamuqa 11 May 2016 13: 45
    0
    Those. most of all sanctions supported by the former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Ottoman Port?
  • poruchik
    poruchik 11 May 2016 14: 08
    0
    Well tady I am also for sanctions, because PROGRESS however))) laughing
  • Ros 56
    Ros 56 11 May 2016 14: 23
    0
    In principle, everything is true, psheks and banderlogs stand each other, idiots.
  • VladimS
    VladimS 11 May 2016 14: 27
    +2
    Quote: poruchik
    my wife works at a defense enterprise ... imagine a team sitting idle))) then there are no orders, then components (((

    And my sister is the same. They work almost seven days a week in two shifts. Can you imagine?
    Or do you think that GDP has a sleeve like in that fairy tale ...? Waved .. and done !?
    Positive developments in these issues are undeniable. Of course, not without problems.
    And who is easy now?
    And do not tryndet about fiction here.
    European socialism and the era of prosperity are ending. the "nuts" are tightened.
    It's only the beginning!
  • NordUral
    NordUral 11 May 2016 15: 27
    +4
    Exactly, Alexei, sanctions are evil for us only because liberals are in power, which is much worse than any sanctions. I personally, as a citizen of Russia, stand for sanctions, because only they somehow make this brotherhood of liberals move, and even this is more an imitation of work than real affairs and import substitution. The hope is that state officials will come to power and put the revival of industry and agriculture at the forefront. And as for high technologies, since the States never sold them to us, there is no need to deceive ourselves. So the question for a Russian (Russian) citizen is very difficult. Sanctions are not good, but without sanctions, death. so I'm for sanctions forever! We will interrupt and recover in spite of the enemy.
  • Bramb
    Bramb 11 May 2016 16: 29
    0
    Here is the Pepsi generation!
    This is called "found out what they think?" )))
    Even with the same answer to the question, different people think exactly the opposite!
    And how, what did the Americans learn by conducting this survey?))
  • Prisoner
    Prisoner 11 May 2016 16: 34
    0
    Ukraine has distinguished itself. "The snake bites the neighbor ..." (c) what
  • 1536
    1536 11 May 2016 16: 35
    0
    Thank God that they managed to save Crimea!
    And Russia has been living under sanctions since the inception of statehood. And you need to pay less attention to this. Peter I, for example, building Petersburg, building a fleet, creating an army, routing the Swedes in the Northern War, etc., least of all thought that they would think of him in Poland or London. On the contrary, he liked that if they "think" a lot about Russia, then the country is on the right path.
  • Angor
    Angor 11 May 2016 16: 50
    0
    If Gallup "digested" the information for so long, it means that they needed such a result. They (Gallup) have been doing this for several years, so they understand the statistics. Are you curious why they need it?
    Regarding sanctions, I completely agree with the author. They turned out to be a very useful impetus leading us to future events.
  • drilled
    drilled 11 May 2016 17: 09
    +2
    About Poland is predictable. The veteran told, I don't remember, either on TV, or read where, that the relationship is worse than in the west of Ukraine and in Poland there was nowhere. Even the Germans, like, "well, they lost and lost," were less embittered than the Polish scum.
  • Navy7981
    Navy7981 11 May 2016 17: 14
    +1
    And here I am for the extension of sanctions, because although it is criminally slow, but something began to turn. At least, my customers are increasingly asking me to replace the imported one with the Russian one and not only because of the money (although it is the same because of them) because in search of alternatives they began to look around and discover with surprise that who we have what it does. Maybe not the best, but quite worthy. If even the internal political and economic actions of the government were, like the external ones so correct and brilliant in my opinion, then everything would be normal. We do not interfere and do not let the blackness fall, that we are in the end. Crazy loans, checks, kickbacks beyond the reasonable .... I’m more than sure we’ll raise the country.
  • Falcon5555
    Falcon5555 11 May 2016 17: 15
    0
    A little off topic, but amusing. How CNN sees Russia's geography:

    http://edition.cnn.com/2016/05/11/europe/russia-military-putin-foreign-policy/in
    dex.html

    It is interesting in whose jurisdiction, according to CNN, there are Kaliningrad, Franz Josef Land, Novaya Zemlya, Severnaya Zemlya, Novosibirsk Islands, Wrangel Island, Chukotka, the Komandorski Islands, the entire Kuril Islands and Fr. Sakhalin.
  • Lumumba
    Lumumba 11 May 2016 17: 42
    +2
    Very strange results for Russia. I personally support sanctions with my hands and feet. Thanks to sanctions, our industry has come out of a long coma. While it is still of course, it lies under a dropper, but it is no longer in a coma and the dynamics are positive. A couple more years of sanctions and get up from bed. So do not cancel the sanctions, do not!

    Dear European and American users, bots and politicans. I'm the Russian Patriot. Do a sanctions forever! Please, no cancel the sanctions! Make the sanctions harder!
  • japs
    japs 11 May 2016 19: 03
    +5
    I will express my opinion - for the sanctions! But ... Without a change of government, without real control over the implementation of import substitution programs, this is an empty phrase. The government in the country is the main enemy of the people, because it and the Central Bank do not serve the people, but their enemies. It was worth noting that the industry has risen slightly and needs financing - and the government hastily makes investments in state. US Fed papers. Question - why not invest in their industry? The answer is that they do not want to raise industry and agriculture. They do not want the good of their people! All their thoughts are in the west. There are their apartments in London and Paris, Canaries and California. And they take food not at all chain stores.
    The country is ruled by shadow magnates. They slow down everything that is possible, except for defense and the army. They need an army to protect their property, about 90 percent in their hands. from attacks on these resources by US lawyers, according to Allbright.
    And the people they are us-ra-t-b.
  • bald
    bald 11 May 2016 19: 13
    +2
    Russian sanctions are beneficial --- therefore, I am for them. But soon they will be obsolete. Sanctions are a kind of lesson for participants. Only, as they say, he will correct the hunchback grave.