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82% of Russians want their country thought of as a leader in space explorations
A very large majority (82%) of Russians want their country thought of as a leader in space explorations, according to a recent poll by Public Opinion. Only 10% of those surveyed thought the country's ranking as a leader in space science and technology unimportant. Two years ago, when Russia closed down its Mir space station, 50% of Russians felt the nation was losing ground in space, but today 52% of those surveyed again see the country as a leader. For 55% of Russians, Cosmonauts' Day remains important, especially (68%) is that true among Russians older than 55 and for those with some higher education (65%). More than one-third of all those surveyed indicated that they have no special feeling about the April 12 holiday and consider it an ordinary day. That is particularly true for younger people - 54% of those under 35. The survey was conducted on April 3 and involved 1,500 respondents.
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