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Survey: Romanians have greatest confidence in Germany, the EU, NATO and the US

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Romanians have a great deal and quite a lot of confidence in Germany (57.6 pct), the European Union (51.7 pct), NATO (49.4 pct) and the US (47.1 pct), according to an INSCOP poll sent on Wednesday.

At the other end, in terms of comparison of a great deal and quite a lot of confidence in countries and organizations are China (19 pct) and Russia (16 pct).

The survey found that 47.2 pct of respondents have a great deal and quite a lot of confidence in the United States, and 57.6 pct responded that they have a great deal and quite a lot of confidence in Germany.

In terms of trust in Russia, 16 pct of those surveyed said they have a great deal and quite a lot of confidence, while in the case of China, 19 pct of respondents said they have a great deal and quite a lot of confidence.

Most Romanians (51.6 pct) replied that they have a great deal and quite a lot of confidence in the European Union, and in terms of trust in NATO, 49.4 pct of respondents responded that they have a great deal and quite a lot of confidence.

According to the poll, 41.6 pct of Romanians have a great deal and quite a lot of confidence in US President Joe Biden, while 19 pct of those surveyed said they have a great deal and quite a lot of confidence in Russia's president, Vladimir Putin.

The research also reveals that 50.1 pct of those surveyed have shown that they have a great deal and quite a lot of confidence in the German chancellor, Angela Merkel.

The survey was conducted by INSCOP Research in partnership with Verifield at the command of the STRATEGIC Thinking Group think-tank as part of a research project supported by the German Marshal Fund of the United States and funded by the Black Sea Trust for Regional Cooperation through the True Story Project.

The research, carried out between 1 and 12 March, is divided into four chapters, the second being dedicated to measuring Romanians' confidence in a number of international organizations, countries and leaders. The survey was conducted using the CATI method (phone interviews) on a sample of 1,100 people. The maximum permissible error of the data is plus/minus 2.95 pct to a 95 pct confidence degree.

 

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