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Russia asked Bloomberg to apologize and correct false information about President V. Putin

According to Bloomberg, the confidence rating for President Putin has decreased due to the Covid-19 crisis. (Source: AP)

The Russian Embassy in the US has asked Bloomberg to apologize to its readers and correct inaccurate information regarding the credit rating of Russian President Vladimir Putin. 

According to the Russian Embassy, ​​Bloomberg cited the graph of the Center for All-Public Opinion Research, which shows that Putin's credit rating is 27% when in fact this is 67.9%.

The Russian Embassy in the US has asked Bloomberg to apologize to its readers and correct inaccurate information regarding the credit rating of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

The Russian Embassy's statement on the Facebook account read: 
"There has been a strong impression that Bloomberg articles are written to create fake visual graphs and images of negativity in Russia. This time, the fraudster is the (credit) rating of President Vladimir Putin.”
According to the Russian Embassy, ​​Bloomberg cited the graph of the Center for All-Russia Public Opinion Research (VTsIOM), according to which Putin's credit rating is 27% when in fact, this credit level is 67, 9%.

The Russian embassy asked Bloomberg editors to correct this inaccurate error, "post real confidence indicators" and apologize to the readers.

According to Bloomberg, the confidence rating for President Putin has decreased due to the Covid-19 crisis.
VTsIOM Director Valery Fedorov said that the positive rating of President Putin's work is 61-63%, credit rating is 67-68%.

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