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MOSCOW, August 1 (Itar-Tass) - As many as 52 percent of Moscow region residents are ready to vote for acting governor of the region Andrei Vorobyev at gubernatorial elections, according to opinion poll results published by the All-Russia Public Opinion Centre (VCIOM) on Thursday. As many as 60 percent of respondents who said they would take part in the voting would cast their votes in favor of Vorobyov.
Around four percent of the polled said they would vote for other candidates for governor. Thus, four percent said they would cast their votes in favor of Communist candidate Konstantin Cheremisov, and three percent of respondents would vote for former State Duma lawmaker Gennady Gudkov, who was nominated by the party Yabloko and supported by the Opposition Coordination Council.