Opinion poll on who is to blame for cyberbullying in Russia 2019

The majority of Russian survey participants who witnessed online aggression as of 2019, said that an initiator of aggression was to blame for it, as per over 70 percent of respondents. Furthermore, 56 percent blamed the society. According to 18 percent of Russians, victims were guilty themselves, since they provoked others to initiate cyberbullying.

Who is more often to blame for internet aggression?*

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Release date

November 2019



Survey time period


Number of respondents


Age group

14 years and older

Special properties

Russian internet users who witnessed online aggression

Supplementary notes

* The given question was asked only among respondents who witnessed online aggression.
** Refers to the total number of survey participants.

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