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Russians trust President and Church
The maximum trust of the Russian population is put in the institute of the presidency and Church, according to results of an opinion poll conducted by the Romir-Monitoring centre received by Itar-Tass on Tuesday. Those polled answered a question of sociologists: “In what social institutions do you put the maximum trust?” Half of the respondents (50 percent) said that the head of state enjoys their highest trust. Church was second with 14 percent of the votes. Practically every 10th Russian citizen (9 percent) put the supreme trust in the government, the poll suggests. The same number of the polled have the maximum trust in the modern army and mass media (9 percent each). Far less credit was given to the country’s law enforcement agencies and the Federation Council upper house of parliament (5 percent to each), the State Duma lower house and trade unions (4 percent) and local bodies of power (3 percent). Political parties were given the least credit (1 percent). Each fourth participant of the poll (28 percent) confessed that he “trusts nobody.” The rest three percent of the respondents were undecided. What concerns the personal rating of incumbent President of Russia Vladimir Putin, he is trusted by 82 percent of the Russians, according to the poll. The all-Russian poll was conducted among 1,500
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