ArmInfo. Consulting company MPG (Marketing Professional Group) has published the results of the next poll "Yerevan residents about Yerevan", which reflects the assessment of the Yerevan citizens regarding the activities of the capital municipality, law enforcement agencies, the head of government, etc.
In particular, the poll presents one of the most resonant issues for the public - the signing of a trilateral agreement by the heads of Armenia, Russia and Azerbaijan on January 11 in Moscow on unblocking transport communications.
According to the survey, in general, 24.4% of respondents have a negative attitude to the signed document, while the share of those who support this initiative was 14.6%. 21.9% of respondents assessed the signing of the agreement more positively than negatively and 13% of the respondents reacted to the document rather negatively than positively. 26.1% of the citizens surveyed found it difficult to express their attitude to the agreement.
It should be noted that public expectations regarding the visit of the Armenian Prime Minister to Moscow were mainly related to the solution of the fate of prisoners of war and missing soldiers. However, following the meeting, an economic agreement was signed. The public's attitude to this issue is also reflected in a survey by the research company Marketing Professional Group.
In particular, the overwhelming majority of the respondents (34.8%) assessed negatively the efforts of the Prime Minister to return the Armenian prisoners, while 18.9% are completely positive about this process; 14.3% of respondents have rather negative opinion than positive, and 19.9% rather positively than negatively. 12.3% - found it difficult to assess the actions of the Prime Minister. To note, the survey was conducted through telephone calls to residents of Yerevan in the period from 12 to 17 January this year, the sample size was 800, the sampling error was +/- 3.5%. In 2011, MPG became the official representative in Armenia of the International Association Gallup, one of the most prestigious and independent public opinion research organizations in the world. Since 2003, MPG, working in the market of sociological and marketing research, has implemented more than 800 projects of various sizes.