Russian state exit polls show 76% so far back reforms that could extend Putin rule

Reuters |
Published: 06.29.20 , 15:00
Russian state opinion pollster VTsIOM said on Monday that its exit polls showed that 76% of Russians had so far voted to support reforms that could allow President Vladimir Putin to extend his rule until 2036.
The nationwide vote on constitutional reforms began on June 25 and is being held over seven days as a precaution against the coronavirus pandemic.
If approved, the changes would allow Putin to run twice for president again after his current term expires in 2024.