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CSOP survey:Trust in Victor Ponta increased by one percentage point in January against December

The level of trust in Victor Ponta increased from 23% in December last year to 24% in January 2014 a survey by CSOP shows, survey made between 21-28 January 2014 after the airplane accident in the Apuseni mountain and during the snow cleaning campaign.

During the same period,trust in Mugur Isarescu dropped from 27% to 23%, trust in Traian Basescu dropped from 16% to 15% and trust in Crin Antonescu kept stable at 15%.

As regards the intention for voting for the European Parliament, the ranking shows like this, being calculated on the basis of the interviewed with the highest probability for vote and who showed their intention to vote:

  1. PSD: 39%

  2. PDL: 19%

  3. PNL: 17%

  4. PMP: 5%

  5. PRM: 5%

  6. UDMR: 5%

  7. Forta Civica: 3%

  8. PPDD: 3%

As regards the direction of the evolution of things in Romania, 75% of the interviewed say that Romania goes in the wrong direction (against 70% in December) and 11% consider that the country goes in the right direction (against 10% in December 2013).

According to the survey made between 21 – 28 January 2014, 18% of the interviewed stated they were satisfied or very satisfied with the activity of the government and 78% were rather or very dissatisfied.
The survey was made after the airplane accident in the Apuseni of 20 January when the student Aura Ion and the pilot Adrian Iovan lost their lives after the authorities needed six hours to reach the site of the accident.

At the same time, the activities in the campaign for cleaning the snow of last week of January were criticised by some ministers, the prefects for Braila, Buzau and Constanta were destituted or forced to resign.

The survey was made by CSOP on the basis of the data collected between 21 – 28 January 2014, 1043 people being interviewed on the basis of questionnaires face to face. The error of representation is +/- 3.1 %.