Sociologists: fewer than half of Russians believe an honest vote on the Constitution

Less than half of Russians (48%) believe that voting on amendments to the Constitution was held fairly. As reported by “Rain”, according to the results of the survey “Levada-center”. According to the survey, the vote was attended by 62% of Russians. So, 60% of respondents said they voted for the amendments, and 26 percent against. 14% of respondents refused to answer this question. According to the CEC, the amendment was voted 77.2% of the Russians, against 21.3 percent, were deemed invalid less than 1% of the ballots. As pointed out by sociologists, women voted more active men. They also concluded that the approved amendments primarily “dependent — in different respects — from the state social group”. First of all, it’s “officers, employees, more affluent segments, corrupt, connected by mutual responsibility and therefore loyal to the current government”, as well as retirees.