ArmInfo.In Armenia, the number of those who fully support the appointments of Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan has decreased. Director of the Gallup International Association office in Armenia Aram Navasardyan stated this on May 22 in Yerevan, presenting the results of the Pashinyan government's 100-day survey.
The survey was conducted from April 30 to May 9. 1108 people throughout the country attended in it, the error is 3%. So, to the question whether you support Pashinyan's personnel appointments, only 12.4% of respondents said they fully support (between 25% in September 2018), while 45.3% mostly agree (51.4% - 2018) , 24% (12.9%) no longer agree, 12.5% do not agree at all (6.4%), 5.8% found it difficult to answer (4.8%).
At the same time, 20.3% positively estimate the 100 days of the Pashinyan government (in September 2018, those were 33%), rather, 53.8% (51%) positively, 13.8% (6.9%) rather negative, negative 7.9% (4.6%) found it difficult to answer 4, 3% (4.4%) of respondents.
When asked whether the current authorities are most eager to cooperate with which country, 30.1% of respondents were convinced that with Russia, while 28% of respondents were convinced that Armenia is building equal relations with all world political centers, 17.1% indicated on the EU, 7.5% - the Eurasian Economic Union, 5.3% - the US, 2.2% - other countries, another 9.8% - were undecided.
At the same time, almost half of the respondents believe that the most serious problem facing the country is unemployment - 45%, in second place is the economic condition of the country - 40.5%, low pensions - 26.8%, Karabakh conflict - 26.1%, 10 .5% - migration, 7.5 - pointed to corruption.
To the question whether your level of life is satisfied, 20% of respondents answered that they were completely satisfied, in September 2018 those were 21.4%, and in November 2017 15.4%, more likely yes - 53.1% (46.3% and 47 .4% respectively), rather not - 15.5% (17.9% and 21.1% respectively), no - 10.3% (14% and 15.3%, respectively).
2.5% of respondents consider the social condition of their family to be very good; meanwhile, in the fall of 2018, they were 2.6%, and in the autumn of 2017, 2.1% rather well answered - 18.2% (16.3% and 16, 5% respectively), average - 64.4% (61.4% and 61.5% respectively), poorly - 8.6% (12.9% and 12.8% respectively), very poorly - 5.5% (6.3% and 6.9%, respectively).
At the same time, in general, the majority of respondents positively assess the level of the Armenian economy, <very good> estimated 1.7% (1.7% and 1% respectively), good - 9.2% (9.5% and 4.7% respectively) The average is 54.5% (46.7% and 26.3% respectively), poorly 22.5% (28% and 32.4% respectively), very poorly 10.9% (10.7% and 35% respectively). At the same time, 75.8% of respondents believe that the government implemented serious reforms in the fight against corruption, 57.5% pointed to the health sector, 47.9% ecology, 46.3% foreign policy, 42.3% economics, 38.6% - education and 28.9% - jobs.
At the same time, the respondents rated activity of Defense Minister David Tonoyan and the head of the National Security Service Artur Vanetsyan on a 5-point scale - 4.2 points, the Police and its boss Valery Osipyan were on the second place - 4 points, the third was Feliks Tsolakyan and the Emergencies Ministry, the worst positions were Zaruhi Botoyan and M Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs.
In the assessment of the regions, they are most satisfied with the activities of the governor of Tavush region Arsen Chobanyan - 4 points, the worst indicators of the head of Vayots Dzor Trdat Sargsyan.