On election of the President is going to come 71 percent of Russians. It is reported TASS citing a survey by the Russian center for public opinion research.
This rate is up from December — then the firm intention to vote said 63 percent of Russians. Another 10 percent of voters “will likely” participate in the process, three percent “definitely not go” to the land, 11 percent is still undecided.
According to the survey, the current head of state, the independent candidate Vladimir Putin plan to vote 70 percent of the electorate. For the candidate from the Communist party Pavel Grudinina will vote 7.2 percent, the LDPR leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky appeals to 5.9 percent of Russians. If elections were held next Sunday, Ksenia Sobchak would have scored 1.2 percent of the votes the other candidates received less than one percent each.
Political analyst Dmitry Gusev Agency explained that Putin’s rating during the month ranged from 69,9 to nearly 75 percent. However, he noted that this figure is not the most important, in contrast to the fact that “elections are becoming more and more interesting and declared the turnout is growing.” His colleague Oleg Matveychev noticed that the January drop in ratings of Pro-government politicians sociologically confirm long-term observations norm associated with the phenomena of a social nature — “in December, people are excited about the upcoming holidays, looking forward to the long new year holidays, in January, on the contrary, a lot of work ahead and a long winter, the money spent, and reasons for optimism not so much.”
The initiative Russian opinion “polls-Sputnik” was held from 26 to 28 January 2018 by telephone interviews among the three thousand respondents. The error does not exceed 1.8%.More important news Telegram-channel “Tape days”. Sign!