The Romir research holding compiled the ‘TOP 100’ Trust Rating, which demonstrates the attitude of Russians towards public figures. The rating results confirmed the leadership of Vladimir Putin. Defence Minister, Sergey Shoigu, rose from seventh to second place, while Vladimir Zhirinovsky closed the top three.
Sergey Lavrov, who was in second place, is now in fourth, followed by Mikhail Mishustin. The TV presenter, Andrey Malakhov, ranks sixth, then goes the actor Konstantin Khabensky followed by the TV presenter Ivan Urgant, the oppositionist Alexei Navalny, and the TV presenter Vladimir Soloviev.
It is noted that the greatest growth was shown by representatives of show business. For example, Russian performer, Basta, rose from 66th to 31st place, blogger Anastasia Ivleeva from 47th to 29th place, TV presenter Yulia Baranovskaya from 70th to 50th place.
It is also specified that ballet dancer Nikolay Tsiskaridze (43rd place), actress and politician Maria Kozhevnikova (51st place), chef Konstantin Ivlev (67th place), footballer Artem Dzyuba (68th place), and producer Igor Krutoy (78th place) entered the Top 100 for the first time.