02:26 GMT +322 February 2017
Live
    Russian President Vladimir Putin attends his annual end-of-year news conference in Moscow, Russia

    Over 80% of Russians Have Positive Attitude Toward President Putin

    © Sputnik/ Mikhail Klimentyev
    Russia
    Get short URL
    2483181

    The poll revealed that 83 percent of Russian citizens have positive and favorable attitude toward country's President Vladimir Putin.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Some 83 percent of Russian citizens have positive and favorable attitude toward country's President Vladimir Putin, a poll by Russia’s non-profit Levada Center showed on Wednesday.

    The poll revealed that at least 49 percent of the respondents respect, 20 percent sympathize with, and 14 percent admire Putin. The poll added that a mere 10 percent of respondents express indifference toward the Russian president.

    With regard toward former Soviet leaders, 47 percent and 46 percent of respondents said they had positive attitudes toward Leonid Brezhnev and Joseph Stalin, respectively.

    Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev was the least popular among respondents, with only 15 percent of respondents saying that they had favorable attitudes toward him.

    The poll was conducted between January 20 and January 23 and sampled 1600 adult people throughout Russia.

    Related:

    Over 60% of Russians Trust President Putin – Poll
    Over 80% of Russians Approve of Putin’s Work as President – Poll
    Putin Enjoys 82% Approval Rating in April - Poll
    Most Russians Consider President Putin ‘Person of the Year’ – Poll
    Tags:
    opinion poll, Vladimir Putin, Russia
    Community standardsDiscussion
    Comment via FacebookComment via Sputnik
    • Сomment

    All comments

    Show new comments (0)