Double rising of Russian leaders

The trust ratings of the President Dmitry Medvedev and the Prime Minister Vladimir Putin have increased after the recent slip.

Medvedev's rating has risen from 56% to 59% over the last week of October, according to the Russian Public Opinion Foundation.

The number of respondents claiming they don't trust the president has decreased from 14% to 12%.

67% of the audience appraised Medvedev's activity as President positively.

The credibility rating of Vladimir Putin has grown from 66% to 70% over the same period.

The number of those who don't trust the Prime Minister has decreased from 12% to 9%.

75% of respondents said Putin is doing well as Prime Minister.

2,000 individuals from 100 different locations took part in the polling.