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The Russians Named the Main Events, Words and People of the Year
22.12.2020 21:42
The Russians Named the Main Events, Words and People of the Year
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The survey was conducted in November-December 2020 among 1,600 Russians over 18 years old. The main words of the year are coronavirus (61%) and amendments to the Constitution (29%). The third place was shared by self-isolation, distance learning and doctors (23% each, respectively).

      

      The most important event of the outgoing year for Russians was the coronavirus pandemic: 42% of Russians surveyed think so. Besides, respondents named the pandemic, self-isolation, the work of doctors (34%), as well as amendments to the Constitution (9%). Russians consider the invention of the coronavirus vaccine (10%), the settlement of the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh (8%) and the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War (4%) the main victories of the year.

      

      Politicians of the Year:

      President Vladimir Putin (38%);

      Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin (17%);

      Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (15%);

      Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (9%);

      LDPR leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky (7%).

      

      Athletes of the Year:

      Khabib Nurmagomedov (10%);

      footballer Artem Dzyuba (8%);

      tennis player Daniil Medvedev,

      hockey player Alexander Ovechkin and figure skater Alina Zagitova (2% each).

      

      Actors of the Year:

      Konstantin Khabensky (5%);

      Alexander Petrov (4%);

      Sergey Bezrukov (3%);

      Mikhail Efremov, Vladimir Mashkov and Svetlana Khodchenkova (2% each).

      

      Musicians of the Year:

      Philip Kirkorov (6%);

      Nikolay Baskov and Denis Matsuev (4% each);

      Polina Gagarina (3%);

      Egor Creed, Alla Pugacheva, Grigory Leps and Morgenstern (2% each).

      

      More than half of Russians agree that this year was worse than expected (67%). For every fifth respondent, 2020 met expectations (21%). 7% of respondents answered that the year was better for them than they expected.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Coronavirus     

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