29% of Crimeans are for a ban on adoption to unfriendly countries, another 20% — to any foreign countries
Crimeans spoke about adoption issues: every second person is against the transfer of orphans to foreign families. Representatives of the economically active population took part in the survey of the SuperJob search service for highly paid jobs.
A bill banning the adoption of Russian orphans by parents from unfriendly states has been submitted to the State Duma. It is clarified that if the country stops committing unfriendly actions against the Russian Federation, then the ban can be lifted. Approve this initiative 29% of Crimeans. Another 20% believe that it is necessary to ban the adoption of orphans by parents from any country: «They should live in their own country.» Opponents of foreign adoption object to 28% of respondents: “It doesn’t matter where the adoptive parents come from, the main thing is their human qualities”— noted in the press service of the service.
Opponents of the draft law are more often those who have ever considered for themselves the possibility of adopting an orphan child into the family (30%). The younger the respondents, the more they disagree with the ban on adoptions in unfriendly countries: if among those under 34 years of age 48% are against it, among urban residents over 45 only 25%. Respondents without children oppose the ban on foreign adoption more often than those who have children (29% vs. 26%).
Time: March 3-10, 2023
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