In August half of the respondents in a poll by National Center for Studying Public Opinion (NCSPO) describe as successful the first steps of the government of Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria /CEDB/. The respondents who label the government’s first steps as unsuccessful are five times less. The voters of the three parties in the previous government (Bulgarian Socialist Party, National Movement for Stability and Progress and Movement for Rights and Freedoms) are among the pessimists.
Some 40% of Bulgarians still do not express opinion, predominantly young and most elderly voters, reveal the results of a NCSPO opinion poll conducted between 1 and 10 August, NCSPO said.
64% of Bulgarians say they are content with the parliamentary election results. The voters of CEDB, Order, Law and Justice, Blue Coalition and Ataka are among the most content respondents. Two thirds of Bulgarians – people from all age groups and among educated respondents – approve of Boyko Borisov’s first steps as a prime minister.
CEDB Chairman Tsvetan Tsvetanov doubles the public support for his work in the past month (from 24% to 48%).