Romanians’ trust in their national government has been on the increase since last autumn, before last year’s general election, and at similar level as in autumn of 2012, reveals the findings of the latest Eurobarometer survey.
Thus, trust in the Government was 20 per cent in November 2012, having improved to 26 per cent in May 2013, almost similar to the 2012’s 27 per cent.
Compared with the previous years, the latest findings show trust in the national government in Romania doubled from 13 per cent in May 2011 to 26 per cent in May 2013.
The data included in the latest Eurobarometer survey of Romania , spring 2013, were collected by TNS CSOP from 1,083 interviews, May 11 – 21, representative for 18,246,731 people aged 15 years and above.(National News Agency AGERPRES)