The new government of Robert Fico will manage the state more efficiently and with better results than the cabinets of Igor Matovič and Eduard Heger, according to 57.2 percent of respondents. On the contrary, 36.7 percent of respondents disagree with this opinion. This results from a representative public opinion survey conducted by the AKO agency between November 7 and 14 on a sample of a thousand respondents.
33.2 percent of respondents certainly agreed with the statement that the new government will manage the state more efficiently and with better results, and 24 rather agreed. 17.3 percent of respondents definitely disagreed with this statement, and 19.4 percent rather disagreed. 5.7 percent of respondents could not comment on the question and 0.4 percent did not want to comment.
The largest number of respondents who expect better results from the new government are among the voters of Smeru-SD (83 percent completely agree and 12 percent rather agree), Hlasu-SD (53 percent completely agree and 37 percent rather agree) and SNS (53 percent completely agree and 35 percent rather agree).
With the statement that the new government will manage the state more efficiently and with better results, the voters of the coalition of the Slovakia, Christian Union and Za lúdí movement most often disagree (59 percent definitely disagree and 21 percent rather disagree), Progressive Slovakia (32 percent definitely disagree and 42 percent rather disagree) and KDH (22 percent definitely disagree and 39 percent somewhat disagree).
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