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INSCOP: Approximately half of Romanians believe political parties run Ciolos Gov’t from behind scenes

Approximately half of Romanians believe that the Ciolos Government is run from behind the scenes by political parties and more than half believe that the National Liberal Party (PNL) is positioning itself at rule in relation to the new government, an INSCOP poll reveals.

According to the opinion poll, 47.3pct of Romanians believe that the Ciolos Government is operated from behind the scenes by political parties, while 28.4pct believe that the current government acts independently from the political parties. The remaining 24.3pct do not know or did not answer. In what regards the perception on the position of the parties in relation to the Ciolos Government, 53.3pct of respondents believe that the PNL is in a position of power in relation to the new government, 17.9pct believe that the party is in the opposition and 28.8pct do not know or did not answer.

A total of 30.4pct of Romanians believe that the Social Democratic Party (PSD) finds itself in a position of power in relation to the Ciolos Government, while 42.3oct believe that the party is in the opposition. The remaining 27.3pct do not know or did not answer. Moreover, 24.4pct of respondents believe that the Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR) is in a position of power in relation to the current government, while 36.3 believe that the party is in the opposition.The remaining 39.3pct did not know or did not answer.

A total of 24.3pct of respondents believe that the National Union for Romania’s Progress (UNPR) is in a position of power in report to the Ciolos government, 38.8pct that it is in the opposition and 36.9pct do not know or did not answer. According to the survey, 17.6pct of respondents believe that the People’s Movement Party (PMP) is in a position of power in relation to the new government, while 44.3pct believe that the party is placed in the opposition. The remaining 38.1pct do not know or did not answer.

The poll also indicates that 17.3pct of Romanians believe that the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE) is placed in a position of power in relation to the current government, 45pct believe that it is in the opposition, and 37.7pct do not know or did not answer.

As far as the Romanian Social Party (PSRO) is concerned, 11.9pct of respondents believe the party finds itself in a position of power in relation to the new government, while 40.1pct believe that the party is in the opposition. The remaining 48pct of respondents do not know or did not answer.

“The INSCOP – Truth about Romania” poll was commissioned by Adevarul newspaper and conducted by INSCOP between November 26 and December 2, 2015.

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