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Just 27 percent of Russians prepared to vote for Putin's party in upcoming election

Por: Newsweek World September 14, 2021

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Only 27 percent of Russians are prepared to vote for the political party of Russian President Vladimir Putin in the upcoming election, according to a poll conducted by the Levada Center.The data comes days before the country's parliamentary election is set to take place on Sunday, a vote considered to be essential in securing the power of Putin's United Russia party in the country, the Associated Press reported.United Russia currently... + full article



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