More than 60 percent of Russians want Putin re-elected President

Vladimir Putin

Over 60 percent of Russians want the President of Russia following the results of elections in 2018 remains Vladimir Putin. This is evidenced by the results of the survey “Levada-Center”, informs “Kommersant”.

According to a study cited by the newspaper, 64 percent of Russians are for Putin to “once again was elected” head of state. A new man for the presidency want to see 22 percent of respondents.

If presidential elections were held next Sunday, Vladimir Putin would vote 48 percent of Russians, the results of the survey. The leaders of the CPRF and LDPR Gennady Zyuganov and Vladimir Zhirinovsky would support three percent of the respondents, the Minister of defence of Russia Sergey Shoigu — one percent. One percent of respondents would vote for the opposition, founder of the Fund of struggle against corruption Alexey Navalny.

However, 19 percent of the poll are unable to answer the question of who would vote. According to the “Levada-Center”, 10 percent of respondents undecided whether to go to the polls in March 2018, 13 percent have decided not to participate in the elections.

The timing of the survey and the number of participants is not specified.

At the end of March were announced the results of a survey of Fund “Public opinion”, according to which the work of Vladimir Putin as President approve 81 percent of Russians.

Election of the President of Russia will be held in March 2018. About his intention to run for the post of head of state has said, in particular, Vladimir Zhirinovsky, the founder of the party “Yabloko” Grigory Yavlinsky and Alexei Navalny. Russian leader Vladimir Putin promised to tell you whether it will participate in the elections, “when the time is ripe”.