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Survey: One out of five citizens of Moldova is positive about union with Romania

One out of five citizens of the Republic of Moldova is positive about the union with Romania, according to a survey on the national identity in the Republic of Moldova conducted between February 1 and 15 on a sample of 1,155 people by the Romanian Center for Surveys and Strategies. According to the survey, at the question “Do you believe the reunion between the Republic of Moldova and Romania could be achieved or not?” 20 percent of the respondents said they are sure it will, and 34 percent believe it will, 25 percent say they do not believe it will be done, and 7 percent are sure it will not, whereas 15 percent do not know or do not answer. Another question of the survey is “What is your position regarding the reunion of Romania with the Republic of Moldova?,” and the answers were 27 percent categorically in favour, 25 percent rather in favour, 20 percent rather against and 12 categorically against and 15 percent do not know or do not answer or do not care.
Among those who want the union of the Republic of Moldova with Romania, 41 percent believe the advantage would be the freedom of movement of citizens within the EU area, and 38 percent believe it will be the free access of citizens to labour in Romania and the EU, and 21 percent believe it will be higher pensions and salaries.
The survey also indicates that the answers for the question “Which is the language you speak more often?” are 63 percent Romanian, 26 percent Moldovan and 10 percent Russian.

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