One in five Russians would vote for Vladimir Putin’s anointed successor, Andrei Semyonov, in next year’s presidential elections if the incumbent Kremlin leader decided not to run himself, a new poll has found. There’s a pretty important flaw in their candidate, however. Semyonov does not exist. The question about imaginary candidate Semyonov in a recent survey about […]
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