The results of a representative survey across all of Russia, conducted between June 16 and June 25, 2020, have shown the people’s real opinion on Vladimir Putin and the emotional state of the citizens of the world’s largest country.
The Open Mind Foundation (OMF – a foundation dedicated to the study of mass emotion) actively participates in research projects on emotional recognition, artificial intelligence, and computer vision. Using the latest technology, the foundation’s researchers have conducted an interesting experiment which implements visual recognition systems to perceive human emotion in the studio of a popular political talk-show.
At the same time the Soviet leadership sent a limited contingent to Afghanistan over fears of penetration of Islamic radicalism into Central Asia‘s weak underpinnings, the U.S. invaded Kabul as revenge for the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
For the third week in a row, we are interviewing Ukrainians regarding their emotional state. More young people in Ukraine have now greater confidence (over the weeks course this indicator increased by 15 points) due to the events that occurred in their personal lives, work, study, and in the country.
73% of Ukrainian residents are confident in the future, and level of trust in President Zelensky has reached 85%.
Two main reasons for the Ukrainians’ optimism are positive changes in the country and their children’s achievements.
Most people are unhappy with their bosses. Almost 8% of the Ukrainians are afraid of their managers and feel constantly humiliated by them. These are the results of the weekly sociological survey of “Savik Shuster’s Freedom of Speech” conducted on 13 September 2019.