Russians are more likely to vote for candidates for deputies who have submitted projects on a regional or national scale, rather than a separate locality, as follows from the results of a survey conducted by specialists from the SuperJob job search service.
In the elections to the State Duma, 39 per cent of Russians are more likely to vote for a candidate who proposes large-scale projects at the regional or national level. In their opinion, the result of all-Russian and regional legislative initiatives will be more noticeable. In turn, 30 per cent are more likely to give preference to the one who promises to take up projects at the level of a specific settlement. This point of view is explained by the villages’ need for the attention of legislators.
It is specified that men are ready to support candidates proposing regional and all-Russian changes much more actively than candidates proposing local projects (42 per cent and 26 per cent, respectively). Among women, there are almost equal parts of those who are ready to support both those and other candidates (36 per cent and 34 per cent, respectively).