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A user holds a smartphone with an opened Facebook page in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, June 10, 2021. Russian authorities have ordered Facebook and messaging app Telegram to pay steep fines for failing to remove banned content. The move could be part of growing Russian efforts to tighten control over social media platforms. A Moscow court fined Facebook a total of 17 million rubles (roughly $236,000) and Telegram 10 million rubles ($139,000).

What do ordinary Russians think of the war in Ukraine?

One pollster measures Russian public opinion of the war in Ukraine and has noticed that differences in age and media consumption shape people’s opinions of the war.

Reset checks in with a polling and public opinion expert.

GUEST: Olga Kamenchuk associate professor of research and instruction with the Institute for Policy Research and the School of Communication at Northwestern

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