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The level of confidence of Russians in Putin fell almost twice
Only 35% of Russians now trust President Vladimir Putin. Compared to September last year, the confidence rating fell by four percentage points.
As they say "Vedomosti" referring to the January survey of the Levada Center, in November 2017, the confidence rating of the president was 59%. For two years, it fell by 24 percentage points - almost halved.
At the same time, since September 2019, Russians have increased confidence in the head of the Ministry of Defense, Sergei Shoigu - from 13 to 19%. Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov began to trust more - his trust rating increased from 14% to 17%. Only 5% of Russians trust ex-Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, and 3% of respondents trust the new Cabinet Chairman Mikhail Mishustin. 39% of those polled do not trust anyone or find it difficult to answer.