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Vladimir taking the piss again

More lies – less credibility – I doubt he cares though??The below poll was taken in 2017. However, I am certain Putin’s popularity is now worse for wear after the recent spying stuff-up’s.

We are blessed to live where we do? Did you know that New Zealand has zip, zero and categorically nil poison obsessed, ill-natured and highly provocative Russian spies??According to Labour we can sleep well, as there are balkan brats roaming our streets. Jacinda’s statement on this made international news – click here to read the original article

On balance, Russia?s international image is more negative than positive. Critical opinions of Russia are particularly widespread in the United States and Europe, while views are more mixed in the Asia-Pacific, the Middle East, sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America. In only three countries surveyed do majorities express a favorable opinion of Russia: Vietnam (83%), Greece (64%) and the Philippines (55%).

Many people doubt the Russian government?s commitment to civil liberties. Globally, a median of 30% say Russia respects the rights of its citizens, compared with 46% who disagree and 17% who do not offer an opinion. Skepticism about the protection of personal freedoms in Russia is widespread in the U.S. and Europe. Views are mixed across the Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and Latin America, while publics in sub-Saharan Africa are more convinced than not that the Russian government safeguards individual liberties at home.

These are among the major findings from a new Pew Research Center survey conducted among 40,951 respondents in 37 countries outside of Russia from Feb. 16 to May 8, 2017.