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February 27th 2006 · Prague Watchdog · PRINTER FRIENDLY FORMAT · E-MAIL THIS · ALSO AVAILABLE IN: RUSSIAN 

Mini-surveys conducted by the Caucasus Times in the Northern Caucasus

Update of December 25, 2007: The hacked website of the Prague-based NGO Caucasus Times (www.caucasustimes.com), which reports on the developments in the North Caucasus, will resume its operation in two weeks, Prague Watchdog was told by the site's chief editor Islam Tekushev today.

 

Mini-poll: 54% of respondents feel Ramzan Kadyrov is in control of Chechnya
March 2nd 2006 Caucasus Times
Results of a survey carried out in Grozny and Shali by the Caucasus Times.

Majority of Stavropol residents give negative assessment of work of Stavropolsky Region's governor
January 31st 2006 Caucasus Times
Results of a survey of residents of Stavropol carried out by the "Caucasus Times" agency.

About half of Nazran residents consider relations with North Ossetia to be Ingushetia’s most acute problem
November 7th 2005 Caucasus Times
Results of a survey of residents of Nazran carried out by the "Caucasus Times" agency.

Results of survey carried out in Nalchik after the October 13 attacks
October 25th 2005 Caucasus Times
53% of those surveyed blame ”local Wahhabis and Chechen terrorists” for the attack on Nalchik.

After 15 years of "depression," people of Kabardino-Balkaria long for change
September 26th 2005 Caucasus Times
Results of a survey conducted in Nalchik by "Caucasus Times".

Results of survey carried out by Caucasus Times in Karachay-Cherkessia
August 26th 2005 Caucasus Times
The results testify to, i.a., a high degree of dissatisfaction of the population concerning the republic's leadership, a pessimistic mood with regard to the republic's future and a high degree of tension in society at large.

Results of survey carried out by Caucasus Times in North Ossetia
July 20th 2005 Caucasus Times
An overwhelming majority of inhabitants of North Ossetia see the relations with the adjacent Ingushetia and unresolved South Ossetian question as the most acute problem.

Local crime and international terrorism among main reasons for escalation of armed violence in Dagestan
June 21st 2005 Caucasus Times
Survey results of the Makhachkala inhabitants carried out by the Caucasus Times agency, from June 3 to 10, 2005.

Unification of Adygea and Krasnodar region: 22% For, 39% Against
April 26th 2005 Caucasus Times
Results of the sociologial survey conducted by Caucasus Times in Maykop.

Over 40% of Nalchik residents link upsurge of violence in Kabardino-Balkaria with spread of Chechen war
March 29th 2005 Caucasus Times

Results of a sociological survey conducted by the Internet news agency Caucasus Times in Nalchik.

Most Chechens think that Maskhadov’s death will result in an "outburst of violence" in Chechnya
March 18th 2005 Caucasus Times / Prague Watchdog
Grozny inhabitants reactions to Maskhadov's death: Anxiety and Pessimism

Survey: 41% of North Ossetian respondents blame Beslan tragedy on federal center's policy in Caucasus
October 8th 2004 Caucasus Times / Prague Watchdog
As far as security in the Northern Caucasus is concerned, expectations are very low.

(A/B,T)



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