Almost 50% of Moldovans consider the return of Andrei Spinu to the post of Minister of Infrastructure and Regional Development a bad measure.
It is stated in the latest survey – “Socio-political reality and media perception, September 2023”, presented today by the sociological research company IMAS, Noi.md reported
Thus, when asked how they assess Andrei Spinu’s return to the post of the head of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Regional Development, the respondents answered as follows:
- 45% answered that they considered it a bad measure;
- 13% characterized it as a good measure;
- 30% stated that they were indifferent to the issue;
- 12% did not know how to answer.
“Now we have the following: 60% of respondents believe that Andrei Spinu’s activity should be investigated by the prosecutor’s office; 39% believe that Spinu’s reappointment, his return to the government is actually the result of an internal struggle in the PAS. Another 17% believe that the minister can be trusted, while 16% think that he is a good professional and that he will do a good job as minister. We see that the negative perception is much higher,” IMAS director Doru Petruti commented on the results of the poll. The poll was accredited by the Central Electoral Commission. It was conducted between 2 and 24 September on a sample of 822 people, with a margin of error of +/-3.4%.