Доверие иммигрантов из стран СНГ к российским политическим институтам. Часть I
The work is focused on the study of the trust of immigrants from the post-communist CIS countries to Russian political institutions. Its first part analyzes immigration to Russia and trust in political institutions in Russian society. The author comes to the following conclusions: firstly, the main share of immigrants comes from the countries of the Central Asian region, Armenia and Kazakhstan, most of them have socialized within the framework of political institutions and the political and legal system of the countries of origin. Secondly, Russian society is characterized by skepticism towards political institutions and democratic procedures, and a rather high level of personified trust in the head of state.