Sociologists have found the attitude of Russians to the date of the vote on the Constitution

About 62% of Russians among those who plan to participate in nationwide voting on amendments to the Constitution, have a positive attitude to the scheduled date of the vote, according to data VTSIOM.

A nationwide vote on the constitutional amendments was originally scheduled for April 22 but postponed then due to the complex epidemiological situation in the country. On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin at the meeting announced that the vote will take place on 1 July.

According to the survey, 67% of Russian citizens are going to participate in a vote to amend basic law of the country - 48% believe this, while 19% said they "probably would participate". 14% of respondents said that they did not plan to take part in the vote.

Among those who are willing to participate in the procedure, 62% have a positive attitude to the scheduled date of voting. A negative attitude towards the date, 15% of those who want to participate in it. For every fifth (21%) this question is irrelevant.

A nationwide survey "polls-Sputnik" held on 2 June to order the Expert of the Institute for social research. In the survey participated 1.6 thousand of Russians aged 18 years. Survey method — telephone interviews in a stratified random sample of dibasic landline and mobile numbers. For a given sample size the maximum error with 95% probability does not exceed 2.5%.