The National Army is on the top of citizens’ credibility
CHISINAU, November 20, 2012 — National Army continues to be the most credible institution of all state structures. The national survey conducted by the Center for Sociological Investigations and Marketing “CBS — AXIS” reveals that 42.8% of the total number of respondents trust the army.
According to the survey, the Mayoralty gathered 46.7 %, the Government — 22.9%, the Presidency — 20.2% and Parliament — 18.7% of the votes. From all state institutions, citizens have the slightest confidence in justice-14. 8%.
However, from the category of non-state institution the Church is still credited with more confidence from the public. Thus, 82.1% of respondents said they trust most the Church. In addition, 54.7% of respondents answered that they had the greatest confidence in the media.
At the bottom of the classification, in terms of public confidence, there is a number of actors in the socio-political arena from the country — 22.6% NGOs, 14% political parties 14%, syndicates 19.7%.
Public Opinion Barometer was conducted by CBS-AXA, at the request of the Institute for Public Policy, from October 30 till November 12. 1237 people were surveyed and the announced margin of error is about 3 percents.