Tsigankov: What is the impact on the opinion of the electorate are the income statement candidates? Which contender, rich, poor or middle income can attract more voters today?
BykovskiiI did not see sociological studies on this subject, so I can only express my personal impression. It seems to me that there is a definite requirement. If fully zero income, then obviously it will work alertness, "what is this person? '. The question arises: why this candidate has no income?
For example, for Sannikov, probably, his voters will decide not to because of its zero income, and other considerations. As for the entrepreneur Tereshchenko, who also officially zero income, there may have questions about how it can be.
I do not think big enough income to be president of a peculiar influence on the opinion of those who will vote for or against it. As for the others, 75000000 or 7000000 Michalevic Romanchuk, apparently, will be one of the factors, but not the most important.
Tsigankov: In 1994, the socio-economic situation in the country was different, and the candidate Lukashenko clearly presented himself as a defender of the poor and disadvantaged sections of society. Relevant was his image, he argued that he has a jacket that had broken during the incident in the Supreme Council. It seems that the image has changed since then?
Bykovskii: President and should not play in the poor. So, for Lukashenko officially recorded no property, but the salary he is big enough. But it changed its message of the population? I will agree that Lukashenko has now drawn not only to the poor but also the middle class of entrepreneurs, arguing that in the new period, it may be useful to them. Another thing — I doubt that it will convince them.
As for the other candidates, it is well known that the Belarusian opposition is very limited in the media, many who are not able to have a normal job. So if this issue file in the correct manner, it will work not only in the direction of the official propaganda.