Mogilev’s Regional Institute for Political and Sociological Research has conducted a poll in the run up to the parliamentary election in Belarus due September 28, 2008.
The findings of the poll testify that the electorate is ready to take part in the campaign.
The pollsters distributed anonymous questionnaires in all districts of Mogilev Region, covering 1,009 respondents.
53.9% of those polled said they would come to the polling stations on the election day.
32.1% said they were undecided about taking the vote.
13.7% said they would not vote altogether. That category includes entrepreneurs (32%), students (22%), farmers (23%), workers (15%).
12.9% said they do not trust the campaigners and the electoral platforms of the runners for parliament.
12% said their vote would not matter much in the election.
1.7% said they would not support the present-day MP for their area. 12.4% said they would.
However, 80% of those polled failed to name their representative in parliament.