The people of Israel was named man of the year Russian President Vladimir Putin. This is evidenced by data survey, conducted by Panels Research for the newspaper The Jerusalem Post.
The survey polled 527 adult Israelis. As a result, 29% of respondents recognized the person of the year the Russian leader. 16% voted for the German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Third place was taken by the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, to give him this title of honour, spoke of 15%.
For the head is forbidden in the Russian Federation the terrorist group “Islamic state” (DAYS) Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as the man of the year voted by 3% of Israelis. 2% of respondents said that the person of the year should be considered as Pope Francis and U.S. President Barack Obama. 33% of respondents were undecided.
We will remind, this week the French news Agency Agence France-Presse published its ranking of the most influential persons in 2015, giving first place to the German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Second in the list was the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, who by the end of 2014, headed the list. Third place was given to Pope Francis.
In his recently published the rating of popularity of world leaders, compiled by Gallup International global survey, conducted in 65 countries, Putin took only the eighth place. The most popular leader became the President of the USA Barack Obama, second place went to Angela Merkel. In November the Russian President for the third time in a row was named the most powerful man in the world by American magazine Forbes.
In early December, German Chancellor Angela Merkel was declared the man of the year by Time magazine. Second place in the list of the most influential personalities took Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. In third place was the candidate for presidents of the United States Donald trump. Fourth place was taken by the activists of the movement Black Lives Matter at the fifth position located Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. Vladimir Putin has entered in shorts-sheet of candidates from eight people.