79% of Russian citizens support the proposal to deprive the parental rights of sectarians. However, 16% of respondents totally disagree with this point of view. This is reported on Monday morning by the press center of the Russian Public Opinion Research Center.
According to the study, there is no consensus today amoung the respondents on the strengthening of state measures to protect children. 45% are convinced that due to this, the interests of minors will be observed to a greater extent, but almost the same number of people — 43% — are afraid that this can lead to unnecessary interference in family relations.
Over the past few years, the actualization of the request for strengthening the above measures has been fixed. In 2017, this figure was 56%, but four years earlier it was only 36%. Most of the Russians — 70% — are at a loss to say about specific measures.
Commenting on the results, the general director of the Russia Public Opinion Foundation, Konstantin Abramov, noted the increasing anxiety in relation to the safety of the younger generation. The older generation is wary of taking care of children into new means of communication, as well as the emergence of new technologies.