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As of June 29, more than 35 per cent of Internet users voted for amendments to the Constitution, and another 36.5 per cent intend to do it. This is evidenced by survey data “Center for Internet technologies”.
According to the organizers, surveys are conducted daily from June 25 — first day of voting. Every day poll of 1200 people over the age of 18. As of June 29, the number of respondents was 4800 people.
June 26, that they voted, said 13.8 percent of the respondents, 27 Jun said this 16.3 percent of respondents, June 28, 23.2 percent of Internet users reported that took part in the vote.
An overwhelming majority of voters Internet users (80.1 percent) believes that the violation was or was not significant.
A nationwide vote on the issue of constitutional change takes place from 25 June to 1 July. Citizens will have to answer “Yes” or “no” to the question whether they approve the amendments to the basic law. Residents of Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod region can vote online.
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