Timakova: Medvedev did not attach much importance to opinion polls conducted by the political order

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MOSCOW, April 26. /TASS/. The head of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev does not intend to attach significance politically biased polls. This was reported to journalists the press-Secretary, Natalya Timakova, commenting on their request the publication of “Levada center” survey, which shows that the number of those who support the work of the head of the government has decreased.

“The Prime Minister did not give special value to data of sociological surveys, particularly conducted by the “Levada-center” on a well-defined political order,” she said.

A survey conducted by “Levada center”, recorded a decline in the number of those who support the work of Medvedev. According to the study, the number of those who “mostly trusts” the Prime Minister has fallen over the year from 39% to 30%, and the number of those who “mostly trusts”, increased from 30% to 33%. “Definitely for the” resignation of the Cabinet voted 18% of the respondents, while 25% said that “rather against” this decision.