Both paragraphs should look the same, but they don't, because Browser uses default font for cyrillic characters, and this is caused by Gotham not having support for Cyrillics. If you will pay attention you will note, that font in 1st paragraph is serif, and in the 2nd it is sans-serif. Anyway, if you find it useful, I'm attaching a side-by-side clipping as you asked. As you can see, in Evernote the note looks consistent, but in Web view it is a mix of fonts.
It would be great if fonts used in web-version of published notes had support for Cyrillic characters (moreover, they have to be international — you have users from all over the world). Otherwise, web-notes look ugly and it makes web-publishing feature not so useful — I don’t want to share ugly notes with my colleagues or partners. Take a look at a screenshot I attached. It indeed looks ugly because of mix of fonts. Especially when there's such a mix in one sentence. I'm pretty sure that this feature (publishing a note to web) is one of good ways of new users acquisition fo