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.