Ideally, after Russia’s first census since 1989, the state will get statistics, the census-takers some money, and ordinary people better social programs. However, skeptics believe the state will get distorted data, the census-takers nothing, and Russians no improvements by Sergei Borisov ULYANOVSK, Russia–Down in Ulyanovsk, Lenin’s home town, the omens for Russia’s first post-communist census […]

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