President Grabar Kitarović is still perceived as the most positive politician in Croatia, Karamarko as most negative
The first poll after the forming of the new Croatian Government was published on February 5, 2016. Performed by CRO Demoskop (Agency Promocija Plus) at the beginning of February, the poll does not show any major changes in popularity when it comes to the left and right coalition, but MOST can definitely be labeled as the „loser of the month“ since their support is still dropping.
HDZ and its Homeland Coalition are still in the lead with the support of 32,7% of the people surveyed while SDP and the coalition Croatia is growing are second with 32,3%. MOST is still third but with only 9,1% meaning that its support has dropped by 6,3% in only two months. Poll also shows an increase of undecided voters meaning that we now see the same tendency as with some other parties that based most of their votes on protest votes ( OraH on the EU Parliament elections and Živi Zid during the presidential elections.
58,6% of people believe the country is not heading in the right direction, only HDZ voters seem to think the opposite. President Kolinda Grabar Kitarocić is still the most positive politician in the country with the support of 24,6% of people interviewed. Zoran Milanović is in second place with 10,3% while the Prime Minister Tihomir Orešković is in third place with 9,9%. Božo Petrov is in 5th place with 4,7%.
When it comes to the popularity of individual parties, HDZ is still in the lead with 30%, SDP is second with 28,8%, MOST is still third but with a drop of 2,8% while Živi Zid is in fourth place with 3,1% followed by HNS in fifth (2,4%).
Tomislav Karamarko is still the most negative politician according to 30,5% of people interviewed followed by Zoran Milanović with 28,5%.