NDI poll: The economic situation is the biggest problem in Macedonia

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Citizens in Macedonia point to the economic situation in the country as the biggest problem in a survey by the U.S. National Democratic Institute (NDI). 20% of the respondents in the poll said this. The second problem for 17% of the citizens is employment, i.e. creating new jobs, which is followed by healthcare concerns (11 percent) and COVID-19 (10 percent).

The research was commissioned by NDI and fielded in N. Macedonia by Ipsos in March-April 2021 with a representative sample (n=2410) and a margin of error +/-2% through CAPI and CAWI telephone and online interviews. The research was funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development.

 

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