The United States government has concluded that the Russian government interfered in the 2016 United States elections. Russia’s goals were to undermine public faith in the US democratic process, denigrate Secretary Hillary Clinton, and harm her electability and potential presidency. Amid controversy and calls for additional investigations into possible Russian interference in the election, most Americans disapprove of Trump’s response to the hacking and other activities. But they are divided on the question of whether the president-elect has been too friendly toward Russia or taken the right approach in his public comments and posture.
Trumps rating in Russia is not an indicative of Russian interference in the just concluded elections. I thinks Trump character matches that of Russian president Vladimir Putin. Both of them make unpopular decisions and don't mince their words when they open their mouth. The Putin in Trump is what is pushing his rating upwards.
Russians did not interfere with the election, they are simply people who approve of his manner of politics. The United States has held elections for decades. Throughout the years, there have been precautions taken to avoid the mishandling of votes. It is certain that that US took precautions to prevent such an occurrence through both technology and other measures.
No, Trump's approval rating in Russia is not necessarily indicative of Russian interference in the recent election. It is highly suspicious and disturbing. It raises questions as to why Trump's approval is so great in Russia (it's pretty clear why it's so low in the U.S.) and is a scary thing to watch.