The temple is not needed: the results of a survey of Yekaterinburg residents are presented

Recently we Reportedwhat a loud and unpleasantly smelling scandal erupted around the frankly unsuccessful statement, the famous Russian TV presenter Vladimir Solovyov, regarding the construction of the church of St. Catherine in Yekaterinburg. And so, on May 22, 2019, the governor of the Sverdlovsk region, Yevgeny Kuyvashev, said that the question of building the church in the square near the drama theater was closed. This decision was made after the publication of the results of a survey of Yekaterinburg conducted by VTsIOM.

58% of respondents said that the temple should be built in another place, not in the square at the drama theater. 74% said the choice of place was unsuccessful. These data show that mistakes were made in the selection of the site, the opinion of the townspeople was not fully taken into account. We need to choose a more suitable place and build a temple there, the appearance of which the Orthodox residents of Yekaterinburg have long dreamed of

- Kuyvashev wrote in his Instagram.

The governor specified that the administration of Yekaterinburg is now collecting proposals from residents regarding a new location for the construction of this temple. After that, another survey of residents on this issue will be conducted.

The temple is not needed: the results of a survey of Yekaterinburg residents are presented

It should be added that according to a VTsIOM survey, only 10% of respondents fully approved the construction of a temple in a park near the drama theater in Yekaterinburg. At the same time, another 14% of the respondents made a reservation that the temple can be built on that site, but "subject to adjusting the project taking into account the views of the townspeople" (without specifying and clarifying). In addition, 94% of respondents are aware of the problem that arose around the temple, and 39% of those surveyed consider the issue of building a temple in the city significant.

After that, the All-Russian Center for the Study of Public Opinion concluded that the idea of ​​building a temple in the city does not cause rejection, but the overwhelming majority of citizens rejected the site of the construction of the temple chosen by the city hall.
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  1. gorbunov.vladisl (Vlad Dudnik) 23 May 2019 03: 34
    The temple would look good on the site of the Yeltsin Center.
    But the townspeople still decide.
    1. Pishenkov Offline Pishenkov
      Pishenkov (Alexey) 23 May 2019 12: 14
      The temple would look good on the site of the Yeltsin Center.

      .. wanted to write a comment, but I look ahead of me ... hi
  2. Nikolai Bolotnikov (Nikolai Bolotnikov) 23 May 2019 04: 50
    Let the Yeltsin Center, a symbol of betrayal, be demolished, and build their own churches, which no one needs. It would be better if the Russian Orthodox Church began to build plants for the loot collected from fools, that would be good for the country.
    1. Victor N Offline Victor N
      Victor N (Victor n) 23 May 2019 13: 03
      To whom - to pray, to whom - to chew: tolerance is called. Offending believers - offending their ancestors.
  3. Port Offline Port
    Port 23 May 2019 06: 28
    Who in our time believes polls conducted by offices like Echo or Rain there is not a word of truth there, there is a war with Orthodoxy so far for information.

    PS All this dirty fuss around the temple, only proves that the church schism in Svidomo was perfectly planned, and the process continues.
  4. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 23 May 2019 09: 57
    But who will let the Yeltsin Center touch ??? Family Mentor House ???

    They will wait, they will quietly squeeze the identified dissatisfied, and the SAINT SOFIA LLC - a shopping center, luxury housing and a temple - somewhere nearby ...
  5. pafegosoff Offline pafegosoff
    pafegosoff (Arkhip Pafegosov) 24 May 2019 19: 12
    What? Can the factories in Yekaterinburg demolish everything, but set up temples?
    We’ll live!
  6. pafegosoff Offline pafegosoff
    pafegosoff (Arkhip Pafegosov) 24 May 2019 19: 20
    Have you ever wondered why it was after the World Civil War that people began to smash temples?
    After all, such a believer was all.
    The Bolsheviks with the Nagans?
    Or is he betrayed by all his entourage, including the close relatives of our Anointed?
    In general, it is clear that everything is incomprehensible: old people die without drugs, others gobble up to the limit.