Sociologists have learned: how many percent of Russians are willing to vote for Putin

President Vladimir Putin would have received 48 percent of the vote at a high turnout if the election of the head of state had taken place next Sunday, the Kommersant newspaper said, citing data from the Levada Center poll.

LDPR leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky and Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov would have collected three percent, while Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu can count on the support of one percent of voters, the newspaper notes.
According to the survey, 64 percent of Russians want to see Putin re-elected president in 2018.

Vladimir Putin has not yet announced his intention to participate in the presidential elections, which will be held in 2018.

Original: Социологи узнали: сколько процентов Россиян готовы проголосовать за Путина

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Author: Caliber
This is written by Kommersant. Judging by the likes of an article about Stone’s movie about Putin, this figure is clearly understated.

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Author: Edrena za nogu
All these “polls” form the opinion of citizens who do not have a clear position. Levada Center refers to foreign agents. Polls order, and who orders music, he dances a girl – this trivial truth is known to everyone!

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