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May 11, 2021

INSCOP: Almost 45 pc of Romanians have good opinion of Royal House

A share of 44.9 percent of Romanians have a good and very good opinion of the Royal House of Romania, while 47.5 percent would vote against monarchy, as show the data of a INSCOP-ADEVARUL poll referring to the Romanians’ views on monarchy, carried out in the period May 1-7, 2014, at the request of ‘Adevarul’ daily. The perception on the Royal House has improved reported to the month of July last year, when 41 percent of the population voiced good and very good opinions. At the same time, 37.8 percent of the respondents say they have neither a good nor a bad opinion, as against 43.5 percent in July 2013, 9.6 percent have a bad opinion, compared with 5 percent last year, and 2.2 percent have a very bad opinion, compared with 1.4 percent last year.
In May 2014, 30.2 percent of Romanians say they would vote for monarchy in a possible referendum devoted to changing Romania’s ruling formula. Concerning the same matter, in July 2013, a share of 27.2 percent said they would vote in favour of monarchy.
On the other hand, 47.3 percent would vote against monarchy and for keeping the republic – compared with only 39 percent in 2013.

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