Majority of citizens believe government measures in key areas are below expectations


The majority of citizens are dissatisfied with the government’s measures in relation to healthcare, education and the economy, according to a poll of the Institute for Democracy Societas Civilis (IDSCS), conducted as part of the Parliament Support Programme.

When asked if they are satisfied with the measures taken by the Government to deal with the crisis, the majority of the respondents (53 percent) believe that the government is not doing enough to address the situation with healthcare, economy and education.

Fifty percent of the citizens said that they would get vaccinated, and 34 percent replied that they would not get vaccinated. 16 percent of respondents are still hesitant.

Most citizens (39%) prefer the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine, followed by the Sputnik V vaccine (21%). Sinopharm vaccines are less preferred, with 6% of citizens opting for it, followed by Moderna with 5%, while the least preferred vaccine is AstraZeneca, which is preferred by only 3% of citizens, and 27% of citizens do not know or do not have an answer as to which vaccine they would choose.

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