Popular request for state support and evaluation of results of social state actions in Europe and Russia
National Research University, Higher school of economics, St.-Petersburg, Russia email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
The paper reviews impact of subjective reception of social state on its legitimacy. It was found that stronger request for state involvement is observed in cases of low popular assessment of both negative and positive results of state activities. Readiness for co-financing emerges in the countries where population is able to assess positive results of social policies.