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20.08.2003 Пресс-выпуск: 20-08-2003   ГОДОВЩИНА «ПУТЧА»  

 

18.08.2003 Пресс-выпуск № 23   В этом году исполняется двенадцать лет со дня событий 19-21 августа 1991 года... ВЦИОМ продолжает представлять результаты репрезентативного экспресс-опроса 1600 россиян, проведенного с 17 по 21 июля 2003 года.  

 

08.08.2003 Пресс-выпуск № 08.08.2003   ДЕНЬ ПОБЕДЫ  

 

19.06.2003 Пресс-выпуск № 18: Великая отечественная война   ВЦИОМ продолжает представлять результаты репрезентативного экспресс-опроса 1600 россиян, проведенного с 23 по 26 мая 2003 года.  

 

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20.09.2002 Пресс-выпуск: 20 сентября 2002 года   ВЦИОМ представляет результаты блиц-опроса 500 москвичей проведенного с 17-19 сентября 2002 года. Распределения ответов приводятся в процентах от числа опрошенных.  

 

16.08.2002 Пресс-выпуск № 20   ГКЧП. 11 ЛЕТ СО ДНЯ СОБЫТИЙ 19-21 АВГУСТА 1991.  

 

21.06.2002 Пресс-выпуск № 16: 22 июня исполняется 61 год с начала Великой Отечественной войны   ВЦИОМ продолжает представлять результаты репрезентативного экспресс-опроса 1600 россиян, проведенного с 24 по 28 мая 2002 года. Распределение ответов на некоторые вопросы этого исследования приводятся в процентах от числа опрошенных.  

 

11.06.2002 Пресс-выпуск: 11 июня 2002 года   ДЕНЬ НЕЗАВИСИМОСТИ РОССИИ  

 

06.12.2001 Пресс-выпуск: ДЕСЯТЬ ЛЕТ ТОМУ НАЗАД, В ДЕКАБРЕ 1991 ГОДА, БЫЛ РАСПУЩЕН СОВЕТСКИЙ СОЮЗ   ВЦИОМ продолжает представлять результаты репрезентативного экспресс-опроса 1600 россиян, проведенного с 23 по 27 ноября 2001 года.  

 

14.08.2001 Пресс-выпуск: 14 августа 2001 года   ВЦИОМ представляет результаты представительного экспресс-опроса 1600 россиян, проведенного 20 - 23 июля 2001 года.  

 

03.07.2001 Пресс-выпуск: 3 июля 2001 года   Основные тенденции  

 

21.06.2001 Пресс-выпуск: РОССИЯНЕ ОБ ОТЕЧЕСТВЕННОЙ ВОЙНЕ: 1991-2001   ПОТЕРИ СССР ВО ВТОРОЙ МИРОВОЙ ВОЙНЕ ЗНАЧИТЕЛЬНО ПРЕВЫШАЮТ ПОТЕРИ ГЕРМАНИИ. ЧЕМ, НА ВАШ ВЗГЛЯД, ЭТО В ПЕРВУЮ ОЧЕРЕДЬ ВЫЗВАНО?  

 

21.06.2001 Пресс-выпуск: 21 июня 2001 года   ВЦИОМ представляет результаты представительных экспресс-опросов россиян (по 1600) , проведенного как в конце мая, так и в начале июня 2001 года.  

 

20.06.2001 Пресс-выпуск: "АХ, ВОЙНА, ЧТО ТЫ СДЕЛАЛА, ПОДЛАЯ..."   Великая Отечественная война еще долго не изгладится из памяти народной.  

 

07.05.2001 Пресс-выпуск № 07-05-2001   ЕСЛИ ВЫБОРЫ ЗАВТРА. ПРОШЛОГОДНИЕ ВЫБОРЫ. НАЛОГИ И ЧЕРНО-БЕЛЫЙ «НАЛ». КО ДНЮ ПОБЕДЫ.  

 

10.04.2001 Пресс-выпуск: 10 апреля 2001 года   ВЦИОМ представляет результаты представительного экспресс-опроса 1600 россиян, проведенного в конце февраля 2001 года.  

 

16.02.2001 Пресс-выпуск: С ЛЕНИНЫМ В БАШКЕ...   В последнее время из администрации президента вновь поползли слухи о возможном перезахоронении тела Ленина и том, что с Красной площади может быть убран Мавзолей.  
17.01.2001 Пресс-выпуск: СОЖАЛЕЕТЕ ЛИ ВЫ О РАСПАДЕ СССР?   О распаде СССР сожалеют на сегодняшний день три четверти всех россиян (данные опроса ВЦИОМ 15-18 декабря, опрошены 1600 человек от 18 лет и старше).  

 

17.08.2000 Пресс-выпуск № 17-8-2000   ДЕФОЛТ. ПЛОЩАДЬ ДЗЕРЖИНСКОГО. СВОБОДА СЛОВА. ПУТЧ 1991 ГОДА. НИКОЛАЙ II.  

 

21.04.2000 Ленин; радости и огорчения; займы от МВФ; Путин и выборы губернатора в Петербурге   ВЦИОМ представляет результаты опроса, проведенного 14 – 17 апреля 2000-го года по выборке, репрезентативной для взрослого (18 лет и старше) населения России.  

 

 

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