38 pc of Bucharesters disagree with the way Iohannis leads the country, survey says
Almost 40% of Bucharesters disagree with the way President Klaus Iohannis leads the country, and most residents of the capital would vote for the Social-democratic Party (PSD) if elections for the City Hall General Council would be held tomorrow, reveals a CURS survey conducted during March 9-18.
Asked whether they approve or not the way president Klaus Iohannis leads the country, 38% of respondents believe that he is not doing a good job, 27.5% that he does a good job, while 31.5% said they don’t have an opinion and 3% did not respond.
57% said they are not close to any political ideology, 21% said they feel close the left and 18% – to the right, and 4% did not answer.
43% of Bucharesters believe that corruption has increased after the presidential elections, 12% that it has fallen, 41% that it remained at the same level and 4% did not respond.
According to the poll, if elections for the General Council were held tomorrow, 35.1% would vote for PSD, 26.1% – for PNL, 11% – for USB, 10.1% – for ALDE, 5.8% – for PMP, 3.8 % – for M10, 1.3% – for UNPR and 1% for PRM.
The sample was of 1,090 respondents aged 18 and over living in Bucharest.
The sample was stratified, probabilistic. The maximum margin of error for the entire sample is plus/minus 3% at a confidence level of 95%. The interviews were conducted face-to-face in respondents’ homes.