They are in varying degrees, support the resignation of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
To such conclusion sociologists of the Russian “Levada-centre” on the results of the April survey.
“Definitely for” the resignation of Dmitry Medvedev are 18% of respondents “would rather” — 27%, follows from the survey.
Since last may the credibility of the Prime Minister gradually declined. According to the survey, 14% “completely trust” premiere in may 2016, 9% in December, and only 3% in April of this year. The number of “mostly trust” of respondents during the same period dropped from 39 to 30%. The number of “mostly distrust” the Prime Minister was interviewed increased from 30% in may last year to 33% in April of this year. Increased the number of respondents who “completely distrust” the head of the government, from 14% to 19%, respectively.
In recent years, respondents often expressed a negative attitude to the Prime Minister. Reduced the number of respondents expressing “sympathy” to the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation (from 12% in 2013 to 8% in April 2017). The number of respondents who “can’t say anything bad about him,” he fell for four years from 29% to 21%. From 5 to 9% increase in the number of respondents expressing to the head of the government, “antipathy”, from 2 to 4% of “disgust”.
Medvedev’s rating dropped because of the investigation of the founder of the Fund of struggle against corruption (FBK) Alexei Navalny, the growth of domestic economic problems and reduce the effect of “postkrymsky consensus,” said a sociologist at the Levada center Stepan Goncharov. According to him, the respondents ascribe to Medvedev “disastrous” results of domestic policy.
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