36 percent of respondents polled by the Public Opinion Foundation believe that the Russian president is their moral authority.
In general, 60 percent of respondents believe that among well-known Russians there are moral authorities. The second place in the list of such people with a large lag behind Putin is Sergey Lavrov. His moral qualities were recognized by 6 percent of respondents. For 5 percent of respondents, the ideal is Sergei Shoigu.
Nikita Mikhalkov and Dmitry Medvedev were recognized as moral authorities by 3 percent of the respondents.

POF: One third of Russians call Putin moral authorityPOF: One third of Russians call Putin moral authority
It should be noted that 2 percent of the respondents called the moral authorities of the scientists Peter Kapitsa, Zhores Alferov and Andrei Sakharov.

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