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11 May 201813:07

VСIOM: 44% of Russians approve Dmitry Medvedev's job as prime minister

VСIOM: 44% of Russians approve Dmitry Medvedev's job as prime minister
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The average value over six years of work exceeds 55%, the study says
The index of approval of Vladimir Putin's activities by average for the last week was 81.2%. In the first week of May 44.7% estimates the work of the Prime Minister and 49.8% - the Government of Russia respectively. The average value over six years of work exceeds 55%, the VCIOM study on the evaluation of state and public institutions says.

The approval rating of the State Duma in the last three months was at the level of 42-43%. The rating of the Federation Council increased to 47.9%. Among the other institutions of the state, the army still occupies a leading position: the level of approval of activities according to the April poll is 86.3%. The TOP-3 also traditionally includes the ROC (71.8%) and the media (59.6%).

Ksenia Sobchak's anti-rating after the presidential elections is down to 16.5%. Vladimir Zhirinovsky became the leader by mistrust again: more than a third of respondents (34.4%) said that they would not entrust him with the solution of important state issues.

The electoral rating of the party "United Russia" grew, reaching 50.7% in the week of 30 April - 6 May. A Just Russia has also a positive trend: from 2.9% to 4.7%. The rating of the Communist Party, on the contrary, has slightly decreased: to 9.3%. The LDPR index fluctuated in an extremely narrow interval - 7.8-8.4%.
Elena Winter Translated by Elena Winter
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