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September 28, 2021

Mugur Isarescu, Victor Ponta and Sorin Oprescu top the confidence chart

National Bank of Romania (BNR) Governor Mugur Isarescu, Social Democratic Party (PSD), Prime Minister Victor Ponta, and Capital General Mayor Sorin Oprescu are still on top in the chart of political personalities Romanians trust the most, reveals an opinion barometer carried out between May 28 – June 3, by Inscop Research and sent to Agerpres on Wednesday.
Mugur Isarescu tops the chart of trusted political personalities, 41.9 percent of the respondents saying they have ‘much and very much’ trust in him and 51.2 percent saying they have ‘little and very little’ trust in him. In the same confidence chart, in April Isarescu benefited from ‘much and very much’ trust of 42.4 percent of respondents. BNR’s Governor is followed by Prime Minister Victor Ponta, with 40.7 percent of the respondents having ‘much and very much’ trust in him. In the Premier‘s case, in April, the trust level stood at 42.1 percent. Sorin Oprescu takes the third place in the chart of politicians enjoying Romanians’ trust, with 37.9 percent of the respondents having ‘much and very much trust’ in the Capital’s General Mayor, as against 39 percent in April. Some 30.8 percent of Romanians have ‘much and very much’ trust in National Liberal Party (PNL) Chairman Crin Antonescu, decreasing since April, when he enjoyed the trust of 33 percent of the respondents. Antonescu is followed in the trust chart by Liberals Klaus Iohannis – 28.9 percent, and Calin Popescu Tariceanu – 27.1 percent. Civic Force Party Chairman Mihai Razvan Ungureanu enjoys ‘much and very much’ trust of 26.3 percent of the respondents, President Traian Basescu, of 23.3 percent, Mircea Geoana, of 22.2 percent, George Becali, of 20.7 percent, Liviu Dragnea, of 20 percent. Former President Ion Iliescu enjoys ‘much and very much’ trust of 19.4 percent of Romanians, followed by Theodor Stolojan – 17.6 percent, Corneliu Vadim Tudor – 15.7 percent, Emil Boc – 15.1 percent, Vasile Blaga – 15 percent, Elena Udrea – 14 percent, Dan Voiculescu – 13 percent, Dan Diaconescu – 12.2 percent, Kelemen Hunor – 7.9 percent.
Concerning the candidates of which party or alliance would they vote for if elections for the European Parliament took place next Sunday, the Social Democratic Party – the National Union for Romania’s Progress (PSD-UNPR, at rule) gather 39 percent of the voting options, a smaller percentage than in April, when it registered 40.2 percent. The National Liberal Party-the Conservative Party (PNL-PC, at rule) mount up 20.2 of the voting options for the European Parliament, compared with 21.3 percent in April.
On the same issue, 16.2 percent of the respondents voiced their support for the Democratic Liberal Party (PDL, in the Opposition), while Dan Diaconescu – People’s Party (PPDD, in the Opposition) gathers 7.4 percent of the voting options. The Justice and Truth Alliance made up of the Civic Force and the Christian Democratic National Peasant Party is preferred by 5.5 percent of Romanians and the Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR, in the Opposition) gathers 5 percent of the valid options, the Greater Romania Party (PRM) – 3.7 percent, the New Republic Party – 1.5 percent.
When asked if they were willing to vote for a political party established based on the Popular Movement Foundation, 19.5 percent of the respondents answered positively and 44.3 percent said they would not vote for such a party, while 36.1 percent were undecided.

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