Half of Russians is waiting for the President significant changes
FOM find out what issues are bothering citizens.
Almost half of Russians is waiting for President Vladimir Putin of “significant changes” in the governance of the country. Citizens concerned about social issues and the question of pensions, according to a survey of Fund “Public opinion” (FOM). While a third of respondents believe that the President when making decisions, the opinion of citizens is not guided.
According to 37% of respondents FOM citizens, Vladimir Putin is coping with presidential duties better than during the previous period of time. 43% of respondents believe that it handles as well, 9% of respondents believe that the worst. Personally to Mr Putin were treated worse than in the early 2000’s, 14%. This files most often about the deterioration of the relationship to the President was answered in 2012 (26%), when the country held mass protests against election fraud.
25% of respondents believe that “most significant change”, for better and for worse occur in the country thanks to Vladimir Putin. While the same number believe that the incumbent is neither one nor the other is not affected at all. 30% say change country owes the President, negative things happen due to not dependent reasons.