Russian President Vladimir Putin via a video link addresses people marking the second anniversary of Russia's annexation of the Crimea region, in Moscow's Red Square on March 18, 2016 (REUTERS/Mikhail Klimentyev/Sputnik/Kremlin)
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Vladimir Putin's trust rating among ordinary Russians has fallen by 10 percent in the past year even though the numbers who want to see him re-elected as president have grown, two opinion polls showed on Monday.Another Levada poll, conducted last month, suggested more Russians were ready to re-elect Putin now than a year ago, despite his falling trust rating.That poll said 65 percent of Russians said they wanted to see Putin re-elected as president, up from 57 percent in the same polling series the year before.The first Levada poll was conducted from March 11-14 and surveyed 1,600 Russians across the country.
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