In Russia, 41 percent of the population wants Vladimir Lenin’s embalmed body to be buried, according to a survey conducted by Levada Center, Interfax reported.
41% of respondents oppose the idea of burying the body. They consider it reasonable to keep the body in a mausoleum.
The survey was conducted on October 24-28 among 1,600 people in Russia’s 48 regions. During the survey, 18 percent of the population had difficulty answering the question.