Why the level of trust in Putin fell to a minimum

The fall of the rating turned out to be rapid. Back in May, 60% of Russians confirmed a favorable opinion about Putin. Today, those less than half - 48%. About their antipathy to the leader of the state said 25% of respondents. During the first two terms of Putin’s rule, the number of those ranged from 13 to 16%. Fully trust the president today, only 10% of the population. In 2008-2010, Vladimir Putin enjoyed the full confidence of 26-28% of Russians.
The rating of the president today is at the level of a historical minimum - approximately the same indicators he had in 2005. Then the situation was significantly improved, in 2008, Putin’s supporters were 80%, and his opponents only 10%. But today it is obvious - such transcendental heights do not shine more than the rating of the head of state. First of all, because Putin is tired. The four-year presidency of Dmitry Medvedev did not become a respite. For everyone who is closely following the policy, it was clear who really stands behind all the key decisions in the country.
In addition, the era ended when the acute problems of the state did not affect the rating of Putin himself. For the time being, he personally managed to distance himself from them. But today, Russian citizens have complaints about the leader, and they are becoming more and more serious and systemic. The first large-scale claims were made by the enlightened residents of megacities - a vital active part of the population, knowing firsthand about the level of corruption prevailing in Russia. Today, there is an increase in support for this protest movement, especially against the background of the “crackdown” policy, which Vladimir Putin began to pursue in exchange for dialogue.
Against the background of the apparent absence of the former growth of well-being and the declarative nature of the fight against corruption in Russia, it is not difficult to assume that the protest itself and the level of its support among the population will grow. Accordingly, the level of trust in the president will fall further. The Russian device, which, according to various estimates, is unhappy with up to 80% of the country's citizens, is increasingly associated with the name of Vladimir Putin.

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