According to the poll, as many as 22 percent of the interviewed are content with the activity of the Gov’t, 17 percent are content and 20 percent of the respondents said the Gov’t activity was indifferent.
The survey also shows that 33 percent of the PSD voters said they were discontent with the activity of the Government, 27 percent – content, 2 percent very content. For 18 percent of the respondents, social-democrat voters, the Government’s activity was indifferent and 18 percent said they were very discontent.
As regards the PD-L voters, 39 percent said they were content with the Government’s activity and 2 percent very content. The same as the social democratic voters, 20 percent of them said the Government’s activity was indifferent to them, 30 percent were discontent and 6 percent were very discontent.
Of the overall respondents voters of the National Liberal Party, 37 percent said they were discontent with the activity of the incumbent Government, whereas 21 percent said the Gov’t activity was indifferent to them and 1 percent said they were very content with the Government’s activity.
19 percent of the respondents said they were content and 19 percent very discontent.
The economic crisis is felt at personal level, according to the interviewed very much by 32 percent, little by 18 percent, very little – 8 percent and 10 percent – not all. As many as 3 percent of the interviewed said they did not hear about the economic crisis.
The survey was conducted nationwide on a sample of 1,100 persons aged over 18 years old.
According top Avangarde, the sample is representative for the adult population of Romania with an error margin of +/- 3 percentage points and was conducted in 91 rural and urban localities and in Bucharest. The beneficiary of the survey is www.politico.ro.