of the Gallup International Association in Armenia Aram Navasardyan introduced
the results of the latest poll "Yerevan residents about Yerevan,"
Wednesday, on 24 December.
According to the poll results, 52% of the respondents
gave a positive view of the Police reforms in 2014, 10% gave a negative
assessment to the changes in the field, 14% could not give any specific
assessment, while 26% did not notice any changes in the field.
Navasardyan said 37% of the polled residents did not
notice the new uniforms of police officers. 56% of the respondents welcomed the
activity of the city police special division ("Angels"), 3% gave a
negative assessment of the division's activity, while 39% had no idea of its
"The polled residents gave 3.9 points out of 5 to
the activity of Police Head Vladimir Gasparyan," Navasardyan said.
The expert said 45% of the respondents think driving
in the city streets has become safer after speed cameras were installed, unlike
23% who think that driving has become more dangerous. Meanwhile, 32% of the
respondents see no difference in the field.
Navasardyan said 49% of the respondents do not welcome the "red
lines" in the streets, 15% think it was a positive measure, while 35%
refrained from comments.
The poll was conducted among 1066 residents of Yerevan
in various administrative districts in the period from 9 up to 16 December.