Denník N | People in Slovakia are the most sceptical in the EU and do not trust others, surveys show. The country is heading in the wrong direction, they say
The people of Slovakia are very pessimistic about the developments in the country and a huge part of them do not trust most of the people around them. They also give a very poor assessment of the work of the government and the European Union in dealing with the most serious recent crises. This is shown by the results of a large survey conducted by the Bratislava Policy Institute (BPI) and the STEM agency in Slovakia as part of the EU-funded Reviv EU project.
Data collection took place between 5 and 16 February, with 1019 respondents completing questionnaires.
A large majority of them think that Slovakia is going in the wrong direction. As many as 37.3 percent of respondents answered that the country is definitely going in the wrong direction, another 43.8 percent think that we are heading in the wrong direction (81.1 percent in total). Only 2.1 percent think we are definitely going in the right direction, and another 16.8 percent feel that it is more likely to be the case.
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