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A poll conducted on the work of Russian President Vladimir Putin is positively assessed by 96% of Crimeans, said the general director of the All-Russian Center for the Study of Public Opinions (VTsIOM) Valery Fedorov.
“President Vladimir Putin has traditionally enjoyed great prestige, trust, respect in the Crimea. A staggering 96% of respondents believe that he works “well” or “very well.” Around 1% voted for “very badly” – said Fedorov at a press conference on the socio-political situation in the Crimea.
The level of positive assessment of President Putin among the Crimeans is higher than the national average. In Russia, on average, positive assessment is currently at 83% – said Fedorov.
The study was conducted in the Crimea from 25 to 28 January. The method of research was telephone survey. A total of 1600 respondents aged 18 and older took part.