How many Russians will come to vote on March 18?
The other day, a survey was conducted all over Russia, which made it possible to determine the level of declared attendance at elections. The survey was conducted from 26 to 28 January through a telephone interview among three thousand Russians over 18 years old. It turned out that the election will come ...
71% of Russians! At the same time, about 70% of respondents said they were ready to vote for the current head of state, Vladimir Putin. The Communist Party candidate Pavel Grudinin is ready to support 7.2 percent of the respondents. LDPR leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky - 5.9 percent. 1.2% would vote for TV host Ksenia Sobchak launched by the Civic Initiative party, 0.9% for the founder of the Yabloko party Grigory Yavlinsky, 0.3% for the head of the Growth Party, business ombudsman Boris Titov.
Commenting on the results of the study, political analyst Dmitry Gusev noted that Putin’s rating "ranged from 72% up by 2% during the month, reaching almost 75%, and down 2% to 69.9%." At the same time, he noted that this indicator is not the most important, in contrast tothat “elections are becoming more and more interesting and the declared turnout is growing,” and calls for a boycott do not achieve any result.
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