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The “Public opinion Foundation” (FOM) published data of exit polls to vote on amendments to the Constitution, the actual on the evening of Monday, June 29. It is reported owned by Grigory Berezkin RBC with reference to the head of Department of coordination of works of the Fund Tatiana Zolotukhin.
According to her, the poll FOM was attended by about 35 thousand people, voters at 800 polling stations in 35 regions of the country. Of them, 26.6 per cent refused to answer how they voted. Of the remaining respondents 78.2 per cent stated that it supported the new amendments, and 21.2 per cent that voted against the amendments to the Constitution. Another 0.6 percent of the respondents admitted that spoiled the ballot.
Zolotukhin said that the survey began on June 25.
June 29, the data of exit polls published the all-Russia centre of studying of public opinion (VTSIOM). According to the center, every fourth Russian voted against the amendment of the Basic law (23.6%). Still 0.4 percent of the respondents admitted that spoiled the ballot. All the rest called for amendments (76 percent).
Nationwide voting runs from 25 June to 1 July inclusive. The last of these days will be for the Russians off. Citizens will have to answer “Yes” or “no” to the question whether they approve the amendments to the Constitution. Residents of Moscow and Nizhny Novgorod region can vote online.
Among the proposed amendments is the right of the incumbent President of Russia to be re-elected for a new term, the priority of Russian laws over international. All the proposals approved by the constitutional court, the state Duma, the Federation Council and regional parliaments.
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