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Almost 80 percent of voters intend to take part in the elections of the President of Russia 18 Mar 2018. This is evidenced by data survey, conducted by the Russian centre for public opinion studies (VTSIOM), reports TASS.
79.3 per cent gave a variation of the answer “accept” (including “just accept” and “would rather take”). To ignore the elections decided to 7.2 per cent, 11.7 per cent have not yet decided.
In the history of modern Russia, the maximum turnout in the presidential elections was recorded in 2008. Then the site came 69,81 per cent of the electorate.
VTSIOM also “won” the election to the incumbent, the independent candidate Vladimir Putin he was ready to vote, 71.4 per cent of respondents. Candidate from the Communist party Pavel Grudinina support 6.9 percent capable of Russians, the leader of LDPR Vladimir Zhirinovsky sympathetic to 5.7 percent. Ksenia Sobchak, nominated by the party “Civil initiative”, can expect to 1.3 percent, the other candidates, according to polls, gaining less than one percent.
A nationwide survey “polls-Sputnik” was held from 29 January to 4 February by telephone interviews. The size of the error with 95% probability does not exceed 1.2 percent.
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