Kyiv: Citizens' trust rating for President Vladimir Putin fell to a historic low - 32%.
This is written by Russian media.
The indicator was recorded after Putin’s speech to the Federal Assembly on February 20.
They wanted to hold a speech in March and to coincide with the 5th anniversary of the annexation of the Ukrainian Crimea, but later the speech was postponed, which could indicate a desire to stop the drop in ratings.
In January, the All-Russian Public Opinion Research Center recorded a historically low 32.8% confidence.
Putin’s message to the Federal Assembly has become more unpopular in recent years. The number of viewers was at the 2013 level.
We recall that Russian President Vladimir Putin still hopes that Ukraine can return to the times of the presidency of Viktor Yanukovych. And this is one of the reasons why Putin does not fulfill the Minsk agreements.