Poll : 47 pct of Romanians see economy improvement under Ponta Gov’t

Forty-seven percent of Romanians consider the economy has improved under the Ponta Government, 31 percent think the economy fares in line with its level prior to the Ponta Cabinet taking over, while 20 percent of the populace consider the economy took a turn for the worse under the current government, shows an opinion poll conducted by the Info-politics Studies and Research Center (CSCI) published on the website.
According to the sociological survey, 44 percent of Romanians believe the country is currently headed for the good direction, while 49 percent think the opposite.
Asked about their overall life satisfaction level, 57 percent of the respondents said they are satisfied, while 43 percent said they are unhappy with it.
At the question “Do you believe that this year your life will be better, the same, or worse than in 2014,” 37 percent of the respondents replied “the same,” 33 percent said “better” and 28 percent picked the “worse” answer.
The survey was conducted between August 10 to 17, on a 1,021-strong sample of respondents, and carries an error margin of ą 3.1 percent for a probability of 95 percent.
The questionnaires were administered through the computer-assisted-telephone-interviewing method.

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