The Russians were better able to relate to Kadyrov

The Russians were better able to relate to Kadyrov

According to polls, every second finds the head of Chechnya “can be trusted”.

Moscow. May 31. INTERFAX.RU — the Majority of Russians belong to the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, positively or neutrally and believe that he can be trusted, reported “Interfax” on Wednesday in “Levada-Center”.

According to sociologists, 15% of respondents Kadyrov commands respect, 10% — sympathy (a year ago these figures were 10% and 7%, respectively). Another third (33%) belong to him “neutral, indifferent”, and 24% can’t say anything bad about him (last year — 36% and 22%, respectively).

About the negative feelings said 11% of Russians against 16% a year ago, showed the survey, conducted may 19-22 among 1,600 people in 137 localities of the 48 regions of the Russian Federation.

That Kadyrov can be trusted, believe 49% of respondents. The opposite opinion of 26%, almost as many (25%) were undecided.

In the survey, the Russians were also asked to assess the current situation in the North Caucasus as a whole: 41% called it a prosperous, peaceful and 37% of hard, 4% critical, explosive. 18% could not answer.

Over the next year, according to 53% of Russians, the situation in the North Caucasus will remain unchanged. 16% believe that it will improve, 12%, on the contrary, it will worsen. Every fifth (20%) found it difficult to forecast.