Share Tweet Pocket Add to Bookmarks
You're reading: Putin’s rating down but over 50% of voters may support him in election
Popular
on social media

The POF presented results of an opinion poll in Moscow on Thursday. Sixty percent of voters preferred Putin for president in 2008, the number is down to 44% now (judging by the latest poll dated Dec. 25).

The respondents were asked to choose from Putin, Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov, Liberal Democratic Party leader Vladimir Zhirinovsky, A Just Russia leader Sergei Mironov, businessman Mikhail Prokhorov and Yabloko informal leader Grigory Yavlinsky.

Fifty-two percent said they would vote for Putin in March 2012; including 26% who would definitely do that, 16% were inclined to support Putin and 10% did not rule out that option. Thirty-three percent said they would not vote for Putin: 20% would not do that for sure, 6% were inclined to reject that candidate and 6% might reject him.

Exclusive article

Sign up or subscribe to view more articles.
See All Plans
$5.95
Monthly plan
Get unlimited article access, anytime, anywhere.

Subscribe
$60
Yearly plan
Access all the exclusive content on KyivPost.com and the complete online archive.
Subscribe
Advertisement

Add comment

Sorry, you must be logged in to post a comment.
More in this section
Attention

Add a picture
Choose file
Add a quote
Attention

Are you sure you want to delete your comment?

Attention

Are you sure you want to delete all user's comments?

Attention

Are you sure you want to unapprove user's comment?

Attention

Are you sure you want to move to spam user's comment?

Attention

Are you sure you want to move to trash user's comment?

Spelling error report

The following text will be sent to our editors: