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May 23, 2014

German N-TV Phone Poll Shows 89% Back Putin’s Ukraine Policy

German N-TV Phone Poll Shows 89% Back Putin’s Ukraine Policy

This is surprising news.  In spite of biased news coverage in the German mainstream media, it appears that many of the Germans know the truth.  The people presumably know that the truth of the Ukraine crisis is not reported by the mainstream media and they can know the truth only through the Internet information.  I hope that such movement will spread across many countries like in Germany.

Masatoshi Takeshita
May 16, 2014


Excerpt from a Japanese article: ROCKWAY EXPRESS – May 15, 2014 –

German N-TV Phone Poll Shows 89% Back Putin’s Ukraine Policy

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Putin’s stance on Ukraine accepted by the Germans, too

German N-TV Phone Poll Shows 89% Back Putin’s Ukraine Policy

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MOSCOW, May 13 (RIA Novosti) – A phone opinion poll conducted by the German TV channel N-TV has yielded a surprise finding that 89 percent of its viewers sympathize with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s policy on Ukraine.

A poll on Russia’s handling of the Ukraine crisis by the Berlin-based N-TV went spectacularly wrong in the channel’s opinion, when the majority of its audience said “yes” to the question “Do you have understanding for Putin’s policy?”

The response was indeed so baffling that the poll was wiped off the N-TV home page the same day, but not before some people managed to make screenshots of it, which they posted online.
A screenshot posted on the Facebook page of Christoph Hoerstel from Potsdam shows that 89 percent answered with a resounding “yes,” with the remaining 11 percent responding with a “no.” Respondents could choose only those two options.

The subsequent deletion of the controversial survey raised an important question of news coverage in the German mainstream media, which has been remarkably vocal in its disapproval of Russia’s stance on Ukraine.

In February, the Ukrainian parliament backed by far-right movements ousted President Viktor Yanukovych and scheduled an early presidential election for May 25.

Moscow has described the uprising in Kiev as an illegitimate fascist coup and a military seizure of power, which resulted in it taking steps to protect ethnic Russians in Ukraine, including the reunification with Crimea.


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