INSCOP Survey: Geoană Leads Trust Ranking, Boc and Ponta Follow


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Deputy Secretary General of NATO Mircea Geoană leads the trust ranking, with a share of 37%, followed by Emil Boc, Victor Ponta, Marcel Ciolacu and Nicolae Ciucă, according to a survey conducted by INSCOP commissioned by The notoriety top is opened by Victor Ponta, whom 96.4% of those surveyed have heard of, and Diana Şoşoacă is in second place (95%).

Mircea Geoană leads in the ranking of trust, 37% of the participants in the survey declaring that they trust quite a lot and very much in the Deputy Secretary General of NATO.

Emil Boc follows in the ranking with 36.3% quite a lot and a lot of trust, respectively Victor Ponta with 24.9% quite a lot and a lot of trust. The ranking is continued by Marcel Ciolacu with a trust capital of 24%, Nicolae Ciucă with 20%, George Simion with 19.8% and Diana Şoşoacă with 18.5%. 15.8% of the survey participants trust Dacian Cioloş quite a lot, 13.5% trust Mihai Tudose, and 9.5% trust Cătălin Drula.

Notoriety ranking

The notoriety top is led by Victor Ponta – 96.4%, followed by Diana Şoşoacă – 95%, Marcel Ciolacu – 94.2%, Emil Boc – 90.9%, Mircea Geoană – 89.1%. On the following places are: Dacian Cioloş – 84.5%, George Simion – 82.8%, Nicolae Ciucă – 82.6%, Mihai Tudose – 54.8% and Cătălin Drula – 46.7%.

“The data reveal that two leaders who are not directly involved in the national political life, namely: the deputy general secretary of NATO, Mircea Geoană, and the mayor of Cluj-Napoca, Emil Boc, respectively, lead separately in the ranking of trust. The two have been at the top of this hierarchy for over half a year, which highlights both the state of dissatisfaction and a certain consistent preference of the Romanian population for political landmarks not directly involved in the country’s leadership at this moment. On the other hand, even the political leaders who lead the opposition parties do not manage to reach very high levels of trust for the time being, and in the case of the leader of the USR, not even notoriety, even if it is slightly increasing compared to previous measurements”, says Remus Ştefureac , director of INSCOP Research.

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