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One in Three Russians Knows Someone With a Disability (infographic)

The outcry provoked by an incident last week in which supermodel Natalia Vodianova's sister, who has autism and cerebral palsy, was thrown out of a cafe in their native city of Nizhny Novgorod, has prompted a broader debate about people with disabilities in Russian society. Last fall, polling agency VTsIOM conducted a survey asking Russians their opinions about how people with disabilities should be treated. 


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