Almost half of Russians voted for the resignation of Medvedev
12:50, Wednesday, 26 April, 2017
Almost half of Russians — 45% of respondents in varying degrees, support the resignation of the Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev. These conclusions follow from the April poll by the Levada center
“Definitely for” the resignation of Dmitry Medvedev are 18% of respondents “would rather” — 27%, the survey by the Levada center, conducted April 7-10 (see figure).
Since last may the credibility of the Prime Minister gradually declined. According to the survey, 14% “completely trust” premiere in may 2016, 9% in December, and only 3% in April of this year. The number of “mostly trust” of respondents during the same period dropped from 39 to 30%. The number of “mostly distrust” the Prime Minister was interviewed increased from 30% in may last year to 33% in April of this year. Increased the number of respondents who “completely distrust” the head of the government, from 14% to 19%, respectively.