The Russians have less confidence in the head of state
Over the past two weeks the Russians were 3% less to trust the head of state Vladimir Putin.
This is evidenced by the results of a survey of the all-Russia centre of studying of public opinion (VTSIOM) conducted from 9 to 13 January, reports “Radio Freedom”.
So, according to the survey, now the trust rating of the President of the Russian Federation 33.4%, which in all probability is the lowest indicator for all time of carrying out of polls polls about trust.
Putin does not trust two-thirds of Russians, and the rate of distrust is about 7%. However, according to polls, he remains the most popular politician of Russia, the support is said about 62% of the respondents. However, this metric is also reduced. About the support of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said only 35%.
According to the polling Agency FOM, published on Friday, January 18, the authorities ‘ actions in the last month had caused “discontent and indignation” at 54% of Russians. In may 2018, the figure was only 36%.