According to the Central Election Commission, the current president of Russia Vladimir Putin leads with an unprecedented result; with 80 percent of the votes counted, his result stands at 77% of the popular vote.
In second place is the candidate from the Communist Party, Pavel Grudinin, who has 12.3 percent of the vote. However, his result continues to drop off.
In third place – the leader of the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia, Vladimir Zhirinovsky (5.98 percent, which is also lower than the result obtained in the previous elections).
Ksenia Sobchak continues to show growth, now making up 1.53 percent. Yabloko candidate Grigory Yavlinsky also improved his score, receiving 0.92 percent of the vote. Candidate Boris Titov (“Party of Growth”) – is in sixth place (0.7 percent), Maxim Suraykin (“Communists of Russia”) – in the seventh (0.67 percent). The list is finished off by Sergei Baburin (“Russian National Union”), which received 0.64 percent of the vote.
Who out there is actually voting Sobchak? Serious question.