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For And Against Putin, Russians Share Their Opinions

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A week before Russia's presidential election, we hear a sampling of opinion from citizens traveling to and from Moscow from around Russia's vast territory. NPR's Corey Flintoff caught up with them at three train stations and asked them what their lives have been like under 12 year's of Vladimir Putin's rule and why they will or will not vote to return him to the presidency.
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