42% of Russians expressed confidence in the outcome of the upcoming vote on the amendments to the Constitution. This is evidenced by the results of a survey of the all-Russia centre of studying of public opinion (VTSIOM).
Another 25% of Russians believe that it is impossible to trust the results of the voting. Another 24% of respondents suggested that there will be fraud, but the voting results are not affected.
Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on postponement of the nationwide vote on the issue of approval of amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation. It was originally planned that the vote will take place on April 22. Putin then signed the decree on holding of voting on amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation on 1 July. One of the amendments, which allows Putin to be elected for a new presidential term, caused a public outcry.
Add the police in Moscow checks the information on fake accounts to rig the vote on the amendments to the Constitution.
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