The research of the public opinion was presented Thursday night on the show of the public service MRTV, the results of which indicate that a large part of the citizens are not at all satisfied with the government measures for dealing with the economic crisis.
The Institute for Political Research conducted a survey of a sample of 1,087 respondents between May 27 and 30, asking questions about dealing with the economic crisis.
Asked if they are satisfied with the set of measures that the Government has presented to help citizens and companies to be able to overcome the COVID-19 crisis, 40% of respondents say that they are fully or partially satisfied with what the government has offered. It was a group of mostly 39-year-olds. Only to some extent they are satisfied or not at all 37.7%, with the majority, as can be seen, 25.57% are not at all satisfied with any of the government measures for dealing with the economic crisis.
When asked if they are or will be users of an economic measure, as many as 70.5% say that they are neither and will not use any of the economic measures.