September 18, 2016 will be the elections to the State Duma. Three weeks before this event, specialists of the Levada Center conducted a study of the political preferences of Russians and their desire to participate in the upcoming elections. Based on the research, a preliminary rating of the parties was drawn up before the elections to the State Duma in 2016.
1,600 people living in 48 regions of the Russian Federation were interviewed, and at the end of the survey it turned out that the people are not torn to the polls - 16% are firmly sure that they will not vote, 12% doubt, and 20% are hesitant. However, 28% will vote in the elections to the State Duma in 2016, the rating of parties in the poll is formed thanks to this majority, and 20% are predictably sure that nothing will stop them on the way to the cherished ballot and ballot box. But to whom do Russians prefer? Top 10 Russian political parties on our list!
See also: Rating of presidential candidates for the US 2016, election results.
- 10. "Civil Platform", "Party of Growth", "Civil Force"
- 8-9.Motherland and Apple
- 7. Green Party and Russian Party of Pensioners for Justice
- 6. Parnassus
- 5. Communists of Russia
- 4. Fair Russia
- 3. LDPR
- 2. Communist Party of
- 1. United Russia
- Rating of political parties VCIOM September 2016
10. "Civil Platform", "Party of Growth", "Civil Force"
Opens the rating of the parties in 2016 for today, just three parties that scored less than 1%.The first of them is right, the second is liberal conservative, and the third is simply liberal.
8-9.Motherland and Apple
8 and 9 places are two very different in their programs and party platforms - the national-conservative Rodina, founded by Dmitry Rogozin, and the democratic Yabloko, founded by Grigory Yavlinsky. The rating of the party "Yabloko" in the elections of 2016, as well as the party "Rodina" is 1%.
7. Green Party and the Russian Party of Pensioners for Justice
In 2016, thanks to the victory in the elections in Kabardino-Balkaria, the Greens were released from collecting signatures. For them, 1% of the respondents are ready to vote. The former "Party of Pensioners" has a long history. Founded in 1997, since then it has repeatedly blossomed, reformed and revived under a different name. The recent scandals with the non-admission to the elections by the Central Election Commission of a number of candidates from "retirees" did not affect their not too big popularity.
The Conservative Liberal Party of People's Freedom, abbreviated as PARNAS, whose goal is "to be the spokesman for Yakimanka, Swamp and Sakharov," enjoys a stable reputation without ups and downs. As in January, it would have chosen 2%, and in August the rating of PARNAS at the elections to the State Duma of 2016 is the same 2%.
5. Russian Communists
Created as an alternative to the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, the Communist Party of Russia demands nationalization, the abolition of medical reform, the ban on raising the retirement age and supports atheism. In the first half of 2016, the number of people wishing to give their votes to the "Communists of Russia" grew from 1% to 2%.
4. Fair Russia
Established in 2006 as a "second leg", which the Kremlin could "cross" when the first one blew up, Just Russia later separated from the Kremlin and went its own way. Over the past six months, its popularity has almost doubled. In January, 5% of respondents would vote for the party, and in August 9%.
Since January, the popularity of the party among Russians has almost doubled: in January it was 8%, and in August it was 14%.Apparently, this time Zhirinovsky came up with successful slogans.
The party, led by the permanent leader, Gennady Zyuganov. The attitude of the respondents to it is quite stable - in January the CPRF's rating was 16%, and in August it was 15%.By 2016, the Communist Party's opposition party has turned into a supportive one: the views of the Kremlin and the post-Soviet communists coincide on all major strategic issues, such as the Crimea, the Donbass and the independence of Abkhazia.
1. United Russia
Rating EP in the elections to the State Duma in 2016 - the first place.50% of respondents would have voted for it. It is interesting to note that this is 15% less than it was at the beginning of this year and 7% less than it was just a month ago. At the same time, starting in 2016, the authorities, feeling that the people were tired of the lack of alternatives, decided to formulate lists of the party using the primaries method, i.e.on a competitive basis. As a result, fans of observing the vicissitudes of the electoral struggle were pleased with several juicy scandals about the "grossest violations of inner-party democracy."On the one hand, with the introduction of the primaries, the EDR became more transparent to the outside observer, on the other hand, the lovingly raised vertical of power within the party suffered.
Rating of political parties VTsIOM September 2016
|Aug.14, 2016||Aug.21, 2016||Aug.28, 2016||Saint.04, 2016||Saint.11, 2016|
|«A Just Russia»||7.5||6.6||5.4||5.3||6.3|
|PFR "For fairness»||0.9||1.4||1.9||1.6||2.4|
|"Party of Growth"||0.6||0.8||0.6||0.8||0.8|
|Communists of Russia||0.3||0.4||0.4||0.4||0.6|
|Patriots of Russia||0.2||0.2||0.4||0.2||0.4|