Russians in Mariupol poll the locals on whether they will vote for Putin
Russians in Mariupol are anonymously polling people by phone to see if they are going to vote for Putin.
Petro Andryushchenko, adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, reported this on Telegram.
"An 'anonymous' telephone survey has started in Mariupol. Someone is calling people and asking if they like everything about Putin's administration, whether they will vote for Putin, and whether Pushylin is doing enough (Denis Pushylin is the leader of the 'DPR' group. – Ed.)," wrote Andryushchenko.
He added that the people of Mariupol are also being asked to list all their personal data by phone.
As reported by the IMI, journalists from Mariupol (Donetsk oblast), Hanna Prokopenko and Victoria Savitska, started a podcast about their city titled "The Sea and Factories". New episodes will be released every Friday on Victoria Savitska's YouTube channel and Soundcloud.
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