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VTsIOM found out the opinion of Transbaikal people about the head of the region

VTsIOM found out the opinion of Transbaikal people about the head of the region
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The All-Russian Center for the Study of Public Opinion (VTsIOM) has learned the opinion of Transbaikalia residents about the acting governor Alexander Osipov. People associate with him hopes of improving the situation in the region, which is unhappy.

Positively, the work of Alexander Osipov is assessed by the majority of respondents - 70%. Also 71% said that he trusts the interim head of the region. At the same time, 80% of respondents are in favor of Osipov remaining the governor of the region, and 6% want the region to be headed by another person.

Now residents of Transbaikalia more often declare their dissatisfaction with the current situation in the region. The current state of affairs does not suit 67% of respondents. Every third during the survey noted that over the past six months, the situation in the province has changed for the better, and 50% of respondents say that the situation is unchanged.

About the readiness to go to the election of the governor said the majority of respondents. At the same time, 75% of all respondents are ready to give their vote for Osipov. Vasilina Kuliyeva from the LDPR are ready to support 2% of respondents, 2% are going to vote for communist Yuri Haiduk, 2% are going to vote for Elena Krause from the “Russian Party of Pensioners for Social Justice” - 0,2%, and for Yana Shpak going to the election from the Party of Growth - XNUMX%.