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The Authoritarian Bias: Measuring Public Opinion in Russia

This event was co-sponsored and hosted by the Kennan Institute at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.

Kirill Rogov speaking at the Woodrow Wlison Center on April 20, 2016.

Public opinion survey data from countries under authoritarian regimes are often treated as reliable, but how do they compare to survey data from democracies? How can social scientists detect the effects of propaganda and other forces on respondents in authoritarian countries?
On April 20, Kirill Rogov discussed the challenges of working with poll data in Russia. Some of his key points are presented below:
The average voter in Russia is not deeply informed …read more

Source: Center on Global Interests

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