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May 17, 2022

Over 60 pc of Romanians say country protected by NATO member’s status

60.2 percent of Romanians say the country is protected in the event of a conflict in the region by its NATO member’s status, while 49.3 percent agree with an increase in the defence spending, shows an INSCOP survey made public on Thursday and quoted by Agerpres. On the other hand, 25.5 percent of the respondents believe that Romania’s being a NATO member does not help the country and 14.3 percent did not know how to answer or did not answer. The survey reveals that although nearly half the Romanians agree with an increase in the defence budget, 33 percent do not agree and 17.4 percent did not know how to answer or did not answer.
According to INSCOP, 29.5 percent of the polled declare themselves very worried and 32.4 percent worried about the conflict between Ukraine and Russia. As for the Romanian-Russian relations, 44.9 percent of the polled say they will stay the same in the upcoming period, 31.6 percent think the relations will get worse and 9 percent say they will get better. 14.5 percent of respondents did not know or did not answer. The INSCOP Research survey was commissioned by ‘Adevarul’ daily and was conducted over May 1-7.

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