Russian Public Appears to Be Souring on War Casualties, Analysis Shows

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At the beginning of the war, some U.S. officials predicted that public support for President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia would erode as the war went on and economic sanctions bit more deeply, potentially pressuring him to end the conflict. But that has not happened. Support for the war remains strong in Russia. It began to dip slightly in early March, only to rebound around the country’s May 9 Victory Day celebrations, according to the FilterLabs…

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