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Who is Vladimir Putin?

As of 2021, Putin is the second-longest serving European president, after Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus. Putin was born in Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg) and studied law at Leningrad State University, graduating in 1975.

What has Putin done for Russia?

In 2007, Putin led a successful effort on behalf of Sochi for the 2014 Winter Olympics and the 2014 Winter Paralympics, the first Winter Olympic Games to ever be hosted by Russia.

How trustworthy is Putin?

Levada poll results published in September 2018 showed Putins personal trustworthiness levels at 39% (decline from 59% in November 2017) with the main contributing factor being the presidential support of the unpopular pension reform and economic stagnation.

Did PutinsaveRussia from a collapse?

Former Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev, while acknowledging the flawed democratic procedures and restrictions on media freedom during the Putin presidency, said that Putin had pulled Russia out of chaos at the end of the Yeltsin years, and that Russians must remember that Putin saved Russia from the beginning of a collapse.

Is Putin the most trusted Russian politician?

In another May poll by Levada, just 25 percent of people said Putin is among the Russian politicians they trust – the lowest value this indicator has had for the past 20 years he has been in power (even during his premiership in 2008-12).

What has happened to Putin’s support among Russians?

Other indicators of public support have also fallen dramatically. In another May poll by Levada, just 25 percent of people said Putin is among the Russian politicians they trust – the lowest value this indicator has had for the past 20 years he has been in power (even during his premiership in 2008-12).

What is Vladimir Putins lowest rating ever?

The Levada polling organisation (not especially friendly to Putin) has been polling about him for 15 years. His lowest rating – lowest rating – (did I say lowest?) was 61% in June 2000, these days its in the 80s.

How do Russians feel about Vladimir Putin?

The Russian youth are particularly opposed to Putin; just 10 percent of respondents aged 18-24 responded that they have trust in the president. Distrust is high even among the less educated, poorer citizens and among those who reside in smaller cities and villages.

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