The popularity of the Marin government has fallen sharply since May. The Marin government still enjoys exceptionally high popularity.
Major some Finns are satisfied with the prime minister Sanna Marinin (sd) government activities. According to a recent party barometer, 55 per cent of Finns believe that the government has succeeded in its task at least quite well. Slightly more than one in three respondents, on the other hand, believe that the government has succeeded in its mission at least quite poorly.
Satisfaction with the government’s performance has fallen slightly from the previous party barometer conducted in May. At that time, as many as 69 per cent of Finns considered the government to have performed its duties at least fairly well.
“The recent result is the second best quotation in a series of measurements that began in May 1991. No other government has received recognition from the majority of Finns, ”writes in a press release on the party barometer.
The closest to the popular government has gained popularity Paavo Lipponen Government II. 47% rated it as good in a September 2001 survey.
On the other hand, people are still much more satisfied with the government’s activities than a year ago. In November 2019, the Prime Minister Antti Rinteen (sd) The popularity of the government led by it was weighed down especially by the uproar surrounding the Post and the Slope.
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The share of those who are satisfied with the opposition’s activities has also decreased since May. Now the opposition considers that 26 per cent of Finns have succeeded at least quite well, compared to 31 per cent in May.
It is noteworthy for the opposition that the proportion of those who consider it to be poor has increased by 11 percentage points since May.
Bridge wounds Finns have the most positive perception of the prime minister’s party sdp. Half of Finns, or 50 per cent, think of it at least quite positively. Attitudes towards demars have waned during the summer and autumn, with at least a fairly positive 54 per cent of respondents in May.
“Despite the small decline, citizens’ views on the SDP are still very positive. The result it now achieves is the second best in a series of measurements. The results of the Coalition Party, the Center Party and the Greens are also quite good in the long run, and the latest result of the Left Alliance confirms the trend-like positive development that began in the 1990s, ”the party barometer bulletin writes.
At least 44 per cent of Greens and 43 per cent of the Coalition Party are quite positive. Attitudes towards the Greens and the Coalition Party have remained virtually at the level of May.
The corresponding figure for the center is 37 per cent and for the RKP and the Left Alliance 36 per cent. The share of those who are at least fairly positive about the city center has fallen by 5 percentage points since May. For Rkp, there is a drop of three percentage points.
At least 31 per cent of Finns and 30 per cent of Christian Democrats have a positive attitude towards basic Finns and Liike Nyti. The share of those who have a positive attitude towards Movement Nyti has increased by five percentage points since May. In the case of basic Finns, the share has remained practically at the level of May, while the share of those who are at least quite positive among the Christian Democrats has increased by two percentage points.
Attitudes towards basic Finns have been measured since November 2010. The most recent measurement figure is better than average.
Party Barometer has been made by Kantar TNS. The study was conducted at GallupForum on 2-9. November. The group interviewed represents the population aged 15–74 in Finland. Ålanders are not included in the study. The voting questions were put to the voting age. The total number of interviews is 1,252. The margin of error of the survey results is 2.8 percentage points in their direction.