site.btaOver 70% of Romanians Believe Their Country Moving in Wrong Direction

Over 70% of Romanians Believe Their Country Moving in Wrong Direction
Over 70% of Romanians Believe Their Country Moving in Wrong Direction
Cismigiu Park in Bucharest (BTA Photo)

A total 70.1% of Romanians believe that things in their country are going in the wrong direction, shows the latest poll conducted by the INSCOP polling agency. The survey was commissioned by News.ro and sent to BTA.

Supporters of the ruling coalition between the Social Democratic Party and the National Liberal Party, people aged 18-29, people with high and very high incomes, and civil servants are more likely than average to believe that their country is moving in a good direction.

When asked how they see their life now compared to five years ago, 36.9% of respondents rate it "better" (compared to 29.3% in 2022), while 60.4% say it is "more difficult" (compared to 68.9% in 2022). A total of 2.6% of those interviewed do not know or did not answer (compared to 1.8% in 2022).

Supporters of the ruling coalition, those aged 18-44, those with a university degree, and those with high and very high incomes believe at higher-than-average rates that life is better now than it was five years ago. 

As far as the future is concerned, 44.4% of Romanians believe their lives will be better in five years than today (compared to 43.2% in 2022). A total of 46.2% believe it will be harder (compared to 46.6% in 2022), and 9.4% don't know or didn't answer (compared to 10.2% in 2022). 

Supporters of the nationalist conservative Alliance for the Union of Romanians (AUR) party, 18-29 year olds, those with higher education, employees, and those with high and very high incomes believe at higher percentages than average that life will be better in five years.

According to 24% of respondents, the world is moving in a good direction, while 70.6% have the opposite opinion. A total of 5.4% do not know or did not answer this question.

Supporters of the nationalist conservative party AUR, people aged 18-29 and people with very high incomes believe that the world is moving in a good direction more than average. 

The survey was conducted between 22 and 29 February through telephone interviews among 1,100 respondents from different socio-demographic categories aged 18 and older.  The maximum margin of error of the data is ± 2.95%.

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