Irina GAL, “FACTS”
In Russia, where the vote for the amendments to the Constitution, the majority of participants of poll (76 percent), which was held by the group Belanovsky, do not support the “reset” of the timing of President Vladimir Putin.
As writes Forbes, shares intend to vote “for” and “against” the amendment is almost the same — respectively 28% and 32%. The majority of respondents — 60% – said that they will take part in the vote, 15% do not plan to participate in, and 25% of respondents were undecided.
It is noted that the sum of the votes in the survey may exceed 100% as was allowed to choose a few items about the vote:
- In particular, 48% of respondents supported all of Putin’s decisions, 40% said that they like some of the amendments, and another 30% said that they support “nullification” of the timing of the President.
- Voting against mostly don’t like some of the amendments — so said 63% of respondents, and 58% disagree with the “wipe”.
- Among those who will not participate in the vote, 55% believe that the result is so predetermined, and another 35% are boycotting the plebiscite.
For “zeroing” the terms of the incumbent President are ready to vote, only 24% percent of respondents — 76% oppose. The amendments expand the President’s powers and authorities are ready to vote a minority of respondents. The exception is the amendment about optional implementation by Russia of international treaties (“for” 64 percent). Other amendments in this category, approve from 41% to 19% of respondents.
The survey was conducted from 18 to 24 June 2020. For him, developed a questionnaire of two blocks. The first was devoted to General attitude to the plebiscite, the second to specific amendments. The survey was conducted by phone call center BCG Group. All were interviewed 1267 people. The statistical error with a probability of 95% is not exceeded 2.8%.
As previously reported “FACTS”, the occupiers carried out in the Crimea, voting on amendments to the Russian Constitution, and the local teachers were obliged to conduct the registration of voters parents and relatives of students.