Latest poll continues to show pessimism among Croatian voters.
The latest poll was conducted by IPSOS agency for NOVA TV on 964 voters in the period from 1 to 21 April, reports dnevnik.hr on April 24, 2016.
At this moment, HDZ has the support of 29.0 percent of voters, while SDP can count on 28.6 percent of voters. In April, MOST had a support of just 6.9 percent, which is almost one percentage point less than a month before.
Živi Zid party is stable with the support of 6.8 percent of voters. Bandić Milan 365 party currently enjoys the support of 4.6 percent of voters, and is followed by HNS (1.8 percent), HSU (1.7 percent), IDS (1.6 percent), BUZ (1.5 percent), HSS (1.4 percent), and HSP AS (1.4 percent).
According to results of the poll, the number of citizens who think that the government will manage to survive until the end of its term has increased to 58 percent, which is 7 percent more than a month ago. There are 36 percent of voters who expect early elections. More than 90 percent of HDZ’s voters and 66 percent of MOST’s voters believe in the survival of the ruling coalition.
Government policies now have the support of 47 percent of voters. At the same time, 42 percent of voters do not support the government’s policies.
As much as 64 percent of citizens believe that the country is going in the wrong direction, and just 28 percent believe that the country is on the right track. About 8 percent of voters are not sure where the country is headed. Unsurprisingly, over 80 percent of HDZ’s voters and about half of MOST’s voters think that the country is going in the right direction.