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October 16, 2021
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Avangarde Poll: 67 pct of Romanians believe the country is heading in the wrong direction

People have lost confidence in the direction of Romania and their main problems are the employment and the financial difficulties, shows the latest Avangarde barometer. According to the barometer, quoted by the daily “Evenimentul zilei”, 67 percent of the respondents believe the country is heading in the wrong direction, 17 percent believe that the direction is good, while 16 percent say they can not appreciate. The main problems identified by the respondents are the jobs (21 percent), the issues related to the incomes (17 percent), the corruption (14 percent), the problems in the health system (8 percent), the problem of stray dogs (6 percent), the politicians (5 percent), the exploitation at Rosia Montana (1 percent).  67 percent of the respondents believe that PSD and PNL should run separately to the elections for the European Parliament, while 33 percent think it would be better for the parties to go on joint lists.
The research was conducted from September 8th to 15th, on a sample of 1,500 people nationwide.

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