Russia’s public opinion may be a marker of the Kremlin’s potential actions for the world community
According to “Active Group” survey, 86.6% of Russians tolerate and support the potential assault on the territory of the EU including Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia.
In fact, 75.5% of Russians approve the idea of a military invasion of the next country and believe that it should be Poland. According to respondents, this is a logical continuation of the so-called “military special operation of the Russian Federation”.
Moreover, 75% of respondents tolerate to a varied extent the use of nuclear weapons by their government.
While only 13.4% of Russians have a negative attitude to the military invasion in other countries, 46% of respondents are absolutely sure that the Russian government should attack the EU, and 40.6% assume a permissible expansion of hostilities.
The three countries that according to the poll will be targeted by Russia are Poland (75.5%), the Baltic countries, among which Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia (41%), Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Hungary (39.6%). In the survey, respondents had the opportunity to select several countries.
Only 25.5% of Russians strongly oppose the use of nuclear weapons. Among those surveyed, 40.3% consider a nuclear attack absolutely acceptable, and 34.3% will support such a decision to some extent by the Russian authorities.