The opinion of Russian citizens about the activities of Dmitry Medvedev as Prime Minister is equally divided. On Friday, September 8, RIA Novosti reported with reference to the results of sociological research of Fund “Public opinion” (FOM).
So, the survey showed that 40 percent of Russians positively assess the work of Medvedev as head of the government, as many gave the opposite answer, another 20% were undecided.
On the question of “trust or don’t trust Dmitry Medvedev,” 39 percent of respondents gave a positive answer, of which 11 percent said “definitely trust”, 28% — “rather trust”. About his distrust of the Prime Minister said 49 percent of respondents and a further 11 were undecided.
In addition, sociologists have found that over the last month, a third of citizens have less confidence in the head of the government, 10 percent — the opposite result. Another 59 percent of survey participants found it difficult to answer.
The study was conducted on 2-3 September in 207 localities among the three thousand respondents.
In late April, “Levada-center” has presented the results of a survey according to which the number of those who “mostly trusts” the Prime Minister has fallen over the year from 39 to 30 percent. The number of those who “mostly no trust” increased from 30 to 33 percent. For the resignation of the Cabinet voted 18 percent of citizens.