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Exit poll shows vast majority of Russians back constitution changes


Russian state pollster VCIOM published an exit poll showing a vast majority of Russians backing proposed reforms which will allow Putin to run for president again in 2024 and potentially stay in power until 2036, days before the end of voting.

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