Only half of Russians believe that country is going in right direction

Only half of Russians believe that country is going in right direction
Vladimir Putin Photo: Rosbalt

The survey was conducted September 26 – October 2 among 1,600 people over 18 years old in 50 constituent entities of the Russian Federation.

About half – 49% – of Russians surveyed by the Levada Center believe that the country is now moving in the right direction, while 41% of the respondents said it was the “wrong way.” At the same time, one in ten found it difficult to answer a question about the current state of affairs.

According to Interfax, the survey also showed that 68% approve of the work of Vladimir Putin as president of the Russian Federation, while 31% do not approve it. The work of Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev was positively assessed by 35%, negatively by 64%. In general, 43% of the respondents approve the work of the government, and 55% do not.

It also turned out that only 37% of Russians are satisfied with the work of the State Duma, and 60% are not happy with the parliament’s work.

The survey was conducted September 26 – October 2 among 1,600 people over 18 years old in 50 constituent entities of the Russian Federation.

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