Almost 60% of the citizens of Macedonia are pleased of the work of the new government in its first 100 days in office, shows the polls that were carried out by the Macedonian Center for International Cooperation (MCMS) and TV Telma.
The results of the polls show that 58, 9 of the people have stated that they are pleased by the Government in its first 100 days in office, 34, 9 have stated that they are displeased and 6,2 % didn’t know what to reply or have refused to state their opinion.
According to ethnicity groups, 54, 35% of the Macedonians are pleased with the government’s first 100 days in office, 40, 22 are displeased, while among the Albanians, 71, 36 are pleased and 21,11% are displeased.
When asked in which area the government has worked the most in its first 00 days, 38, 5 have said that it was the foreign policy, 7,4% have stated social programs, 3, 2% have stated the economic development, 20% have stated another area (health, judiciary, foreign and domestic investments and agriculture) and 19 % have said that they didn’t know or have refused to answer.
Regarding the area that the Government should pay attention to most, 34,2% have said that it should increase the number of jobs, 18,4% think that an accent should be given to the economic development, for 8,6% the integration in EU and NATO is most important, for 10,4% the health is a priority, for 7,4 – social protection, 17,1% – other areas and 3,9% didn’t know what to say or have refused to reply.
Otherwise, in the yesterday’s edition of “Top-Tema” where these results were presented, it was announced that that the polls carried out by MCMS and Telma shows that SDSM has a higher ranking above VMRO-DPMNE by 3%, for the first time in 10 years.
The definite numbers and percentages of this part of the polls will be announced tomorrow.