(ANSA) - MOSCOW, 27 FEB - About half of Russians (48%) would like to see Vladimir Putin as president of Russia after 2024. 41%, on the other hand, would not.
This is what emerges from a survey by the independent opinion polling center Levada Center, underlining that the change in the data, compared to last year's analysis, occurred "within the statistical error margin": in 2020, in fact, 46% supported another % no.
Among young people (18-24 years old), on the other hand, more than half (57%) would not like to see Putin as president after 2024 (but 31% do).
Among the most frequent reasons why one would like to see Putin as president after 2024 are "the recognition of his services to the country (30%), the recognition of personal merit (25%) and good foreign policy (19%)".
More than half (53%) of those who "don't want" Putin in the Kremlin after 2024 intend to vote for another candidate in the election.
Another 30% have no plans to go to school.
7% are in the mood for protest action, and 5% will leave the country.