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Monday, November 20, 2017

Timakova: the poll for the resignation of Medvedev is a political order

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev does not attach importance to public opinion surveys, which are often politically motivated, said his press Secretary Natalya Timakova. Recall that according to the survey “Levada-center”, 45% of Russians favor of the resignation of the head of the Cabinet.

photo: kremlin.ru

The representative of Dmitry Medvedev commented on the data of the survey “Levada-center”, which was introduced by the Ministry of justice in the register of noncommercial organizations performing functions of a foreign agent.

“The Prime Minister did not give special value to data of opinion polls, especially conducted by the “Levada-center” on a well-defined political order,” – said Natalia Timakova to journalists, transfers “Interfax”.

Earlier, the Kremlin promised to perform a study about the work of the head of the Russian Cabinet, noting that opinion polls differ a certain volatility. Press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov said that the work of the government complex, and the Ministers bear the burden of many decisions relating to the operational management of the economy.

Previously, “Levada-center” has published data showing that almost half of Russians (45%) do not want to see Medvedev as Prime Minister. Sociologists point out that “definitely” the resignation of the Chairman of the government act, 18% of respondents, “likely over” — 27%. In addition, it was found that fully trust the Prime Minister only 3% of Russians, while a year ago the figure was 14%.

Sociologists attribute the falling of a rating of Medvedev, in particular, with the investigation of the Fund of struggle against corruption Alexei Navalny and the difficult economic situation in the country.

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