Czech Prime Minister Petar Fial (ODS) is trusted by his citizens the least of all the statesmen observed. This is according to a survey by Morning Consult. According to him, less than a quarter of Czech citizens trust their Prime Minister.
23 percent of Czechs trust Fiala. On the other hand, 70 percent do not trust the Prime Minister. This follows from a company survey Morning Consultation, which constantly monitors the popularity of 22 world statesmen. The Czech prime minister had the worst of them. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the most popular of all the politicians under scrutiny.
“The government understands the public opinion poll, but isn’t exaggerating about it. Concrete results are important for that. Whether it’s about limiting dependence on fuel imports from Russia, ensuring enough gas for the coming winter, but also spreading the good name of the Czech Republic abroad , where do our citizens mine,” said government spokesman Jakub Tomek in response to the TN.cz survey.
However, most European statesmen had a problem with popularity. The most popular are Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, who recently stepped down. Both enjoy the trust of 53 percent of their population.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki finished just ahead of Fiala with 26 percent and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson with 27 percent. However, the survey deviation is one to four percent, so the support of these politicians and Fiala could be similar.
The company has been monitoring Fiala’s popularity since January this year. Not as low as early August. According to the agency, he was at his best in early March. 41 percent of Czechs believe it.
At the same time, the Morning Consult monitors how people perceive the direction of their country. In this respect too, the Czech Republic is in a bad position. According to only a fifth of respondents, it is on the right track.
The survey data is based on a seven-day average of respondent responses, according to the company. There are between 500 and 5,000, depending on the size of the country, people ask via the Internet.
The Prime Minister recently called for energy conservation:
“Certified bacon geek. Evil social media fanatic. Music practitioner. Communicator.”