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PSRM, PAS, DP AND DA HAVE CHANCES TO GET INTO PARLIAMENT - OPINION POLL

02 april, 2018
PSRM, PAS, DP AND DA HAVE CHANCES TO GET INTO PARLIAMENT - OPINION POLL

If parliamentary elections in Moldova took place next Sunday, the following four parties would get into the legislature: the Party of Socialists (PSRM), the Party of Action and Solidarity (PAS), the Democratic Party (DP) and the "Demnitate si Adevar" [DA, "Dignity and Justice"] Party. These are the results of an opinion poll, presented by the Association of Sociologists and Demographers of Moldova at the Monday's news conference at Infotag.

According to the results, 36.9% respondents are ready to vote for the PSRM, 14.1% - for PAS, 7.8% - for DP, 6.5% - for DA. The rest o parties would not cross the election threshold of 6%. The Moldovan Communist Party (MCP) would get 2.1%, Our Party (OP, Partidul Nostru) - 1.9%, 1.3% - European People's Party of Moldova (EPPM), for the Shor Party and the Liberal Party (LP) - 0.6% each, the National Unity Party (PUN) - 0.5%.

With all this, 20.2% of respondents did not take the final decision yet, while 6.7% are not going to participate in the voting.

On the basis of the resolute respondents' votes, PSRM would get 50.5%, PAS - 19.3%, DP - 10.7%, DA - 8.9%, MCP - 2.9%, OP - 2.6%, EPPM - 1.8%, Shor Party and LP - 0.8%, PUN - 0.7%.

Association Chairman Victor Mocanu said that the results of the poll concern only the voting on party lists, but representatives of other parties may come to the parliament due to the results of voting in single-member constituencies.

The rating of trust in Moldovan political figures is still headed by President Igor Dodon, who got 52.6%. Then PAS leader Maia Sandy comes with 21.6%, MCP leader Vladimir Voronin - 3.9%, Prime Minister Pavel Filip - 3.5%, DP Chairman Vladimir Plahotniuc - 3.1%, PSRM Chairman Zinaida Grechanaya and DA leader Andrei Nastase - 2.7%, Chisinau Acting Mayor Silvia Radu - 1.8%, OP Chairman Renato Usatii and Chairman of the PSRM faction in the Chisinau Municipal Council Ion Ceban - 1.4%, Speaker of the Parliament Andrian Candu and Chisinau ex-Mayor Dorin Chirtoaca - 1%. The rest of political figures are trusted by less than 1% of citizens. Over one-half of residents said that they do not trust anyone or they did not decide yet.

Also, over one-half of respondents are sure they will go to parliamentary elections, 27.9% - maybe will go, 7.7% - maybe will not go, 4.7% - will ignore the voting, 6.5% - did not take decision yet.

The opinion poll was carried out among 1,197 residents of 79 various-level populated areas across Moldova except Transnistria on March 15 through 28. The pollsters are saying that error should not exceed В±3%.


OPINION POLL ABOUT ATTITUDE TO MOLDOVA-ROMANIA UNIFICATION LAUNCHED IN CHISINAU

The European Socio-Political Center (CSPE) launched an opinion poll among Chisinau citizens concerning their attitude to the idea of Moldova-Romania unification.

CSPE Director Gheorghe Costandachi said at the Monday's press conference that citizens will be proposed to answer a single question: Do you support the unification with Romania?

"The opinion poll is carried out by 300 volunteers and via online-voting on the website www.decid.md within the period of April 2 through 14", he said, adding that the website faced hacker attacks several times, which suggests that someone does not want that real citizens' attitude towards the unification with Romania to be published.

According to him, it is very important to find out the real attitude of citizens to this issue, which plays a dividing role in the society and in fact divided citizens into two hostile camps.

He also said that international experts from the US, France and the Great Britain will participate in conducting of the poll.

AROUND 67% MOLDOVANS MAINTAIN THE COUNTRY IS MOVING IN WRONG DIRECTION - POLL

Over two-thirds of Moldovan citizens say that the country is going wrong direction and only 17.4% adhere to a contrary opinion, say the results of an opinion poll, presented by the Association of Sociologists and Demographers of Moldova at a news conference at Infotag.

According to the poll, 38.2% of respondents are concerned about high prices on food products and utility services, 30.7% - poverty and low standards of living, 21.6% - corruption, 20.4% - unemployment and lack of jobs, 18.9% - political situation in the country, 12.8% - children's future, 9.1% - population migration, 8.8% - criminality, 7.6% - the possibility of losing independence and sovereignty. 5.4% - environment situation.

Only 17.1% respondents said that elections in Moldova are held freely and fairly, 41.5% - partially freely, 33.7% - not freely, 7.7% - found it difficult to answer.

Presenting the results of the research, Association Chairman Victor Mocanu said that the high level of population mistrust should raise concern in the Central Election Commission, given the upcoming elections.

The poll also demonstrated that 8.8% citizens show high interest to the politics, 30.7% are interested in it, 45.8% are almost not interested, while 11.4% - are not interested in politics at all.

The opinion poll was carried out among 1,197 residents of 79 various-level populated areas across Moldova except Transnistria on March 15 through 28. The pollsters are saying that error should not exceed В±3%.

 

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