Source Pravda.Ru

Residents of St. Petersburg Highly Assess President's Conduct during Hostage Tragedy

According to a telephone poll in St. Petersburg that involved 503 respondents, most residents of the city believe that public trust for President Putin will increase because of the way he handled the situation during the hostage-taking terrorist attack in Moscow. The percentages were as follows:

Trust for President will increase: 42.3% Trust for President will remain as before: 37.4% Do not know: 12.5% Trust for President will decrease: 7.8%.

The respondents were asked 20 questions each.

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