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VCIOM: 47% of Russians do not know about the case, "the Seventh Studio"

More than half of Russians have not heard about the Director Cyril Serebrennikov, and 47% did not know about the case, "the Seventh Studio", according to a survey by VTSIOM.

Petty-bourgeois court of Moscow on June 26 admitted Serebrennikov, head of the criminal group, rashitivau public money. According to investigators, the defendants stole 129 of 214 million rubles allocated in 2011-2014 for the promotion of contemporary art of Russia in the framework of the project "Platform".

The head of the CEC explained the decision to publish data to the already closed sites

The head of the Central election Commission of the Russian Federation Ella Pamfilova in interview RIA Novosti news Agency explained the decision of the CEC to publish information about voting on amendments to the Constitution, already abandoned parts of the "freemen" of sociologists and an open secret.

The Russians were able to vote on the amendments from 25 June to 1 July. 29 Jun VTSIOM published a study according to which 76% of citizens reported that they voted for amendments to the basic law, the 23.6% against a 0.4% said that spoiled the ballot. The survey was conducted in 800 polling stations in 25 regions. Later Pamfilova reported that this was the reason why the CEC made the decision to give online voting data from the closed regions in the plots.

Published the first data of the exit polls for voting on amendments

For amendments to the Constitution voted 71.2% of Russians, according to the exit poll by VTSIOM. Opposed to 28.3 percent of the voters. Roughly half a percent of respondents stated that the spoiled ballot.

To tell pollsters about their choice agreed almost 70 percent of respondents. The exit poll was conducted at 800 polling stations in 25 regions of the country. The Russians were asked to anonymously answer how they voted "For" or "Against" the amendments to the Constitution.

Russia finished voting on amendments to the Constitution

Voting on amendments to the Constitution in Russia ended, the last polling stations in the country closed in the westernmost region - the Kaliningrad region - at 20.00 local time (21.00 GMT).

A nationwide vote on amendments to the Constitution was scheduled for 22 April, but then postponed due to the difficult epidemiological situation in the country. Later, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that the vote will take place on 1 July. Because of the need to take into account the epidemiological situation and the security of the population, it was decided that the Russians will be able to vote from 25 June to 1 July.

VTSIOM found that Russians liked the Victory parade

Most Russians who were present at the Victory parade or watched it on TV, like military equipment, the passage of troops and organization, according to a survey by VTSIOM.

According to the study, 61% of people watched the Victory parade, 59% of them watched the parade on TV, and 2% were personally present, 39% watched the parade.

VTSIOM has found out the attitude of Russians towards innovations in the delivery of the exam

Innovations this year, under which pass the exam only students in higher education, I fully support 35% of Russians, according to a survey by VTSIOM.

To the question, do you know anything about the exam, 15% of respondents said that they had personally passed the exam or preparing to take, 18% said they were parents of children who have passed or will pass the exam, 5% of the respondents are teachers, organizers, Tutors or observers, 35% know about the exam from the media, 36% - from relatives and friends and 10% do not know anything about the exam, hear about it first.

Russians called the vote a chance to affect the future of the country

The majority of Russians (85%), declaring participation in the vote, I think that for them this step is an opportunity to affect the future of the country, their future and that of their families, according to a survey by VTSIOM.

In addition, according to the study, 76% noted that they participated in the voting is the ability to protect, to defend their interests and the interests of their family.

The Kremlin agrees with the position of the CEC according to an exit poll on voting

The Kremlin agrees with the position of the CEC to publish exit poll data on voting on amendments to the Constitution: it is not about elections, not about the competitive process, said press Secretary of the head of state, Dmitry Peskov.

VTSIOM published the exit poll data on voting on amendments to the Constitution that is contrary to established practice. Also, they reminded, the law "On basic guarantees of electoral rights and the right to participate in referendum of Russian citizens" is a direct prohibition on publication five days before voting and on the voting day. The CEC thus declared that the publication possible.

VTSIOM conducted a survey about social mobility among young Russians

The vast majority (95%) of young Russians believe that they can succeed in a career solely due to his abilities, according to a survey by the all-Russia centre of studying of public opinion (VTSIOM).

According to the survey, 86% of Russians believe that people in our country only thanks to their abilities can achieve success, high position in sports, 84% were in military service, 82% in science and education, 76% of public, 71% in business and 66% in the arts and culture, 63% in the ROC, 51% - state and municipal management, 47% - in politics.

More than half of Russians trust the head of the CEC Pamfilova, the survey showed

More than half of Russians trust the Chairman of the CEC of the Russian Federation Ella Pamfilova, 36% of citizens believe the Central election Commission is the main authority responsible for observance of electoral rights, according to a survey by VTSIOM.

According to the survey, 51% of respondents in the different degrees of trust Pamfilova, 29% - rather do not trust or do, 10% don't know such policy, 9% were undecided. Also 43% more positive attitude to the head of the CEC, 19% - rather negative, 13% rather indifferent, 25% were undecided.

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