41 percent of the Serbian electorate would vote for a coalition made up of political parties gathered around Serbia Against Violence protests, while 49 percent would vote for a coalition led by Aleksandar Vučić, according to the results of a public opinion survey conducted by the Centre for Research, Transparency and Responsibility (Crta).
10 percent of the electorate would vote for the right-wing opposition bloc – Dveri, Zavetnici, New DSS and POKS.
Almost half of the survey respondents, 47 percent of them, believe that Serbia is moving in the wrong direction, compared to 38 percent of those who think that the country is on the right path. The current economic situation, i.e. a low living standard, rising prices and inflation, is cited by the survey participants as the biggest problem in the country.
While 39 percent of respondents singled out the economy as one of the problems, for 29 percent of them it is the single biggest problem that Serbia is facing today.
Kosovo was cited as the biggest problem by 23 percent of citizens. It is important to note that the survey was conducted during the days of the security crisis in the north of Kosovo, adds Crta.
Every second survey participant thinks that the government has not fulfilled most of the promises it made before the last election, while 36 percent of respondents think that the promises have mostly been fulfilled.
Crta conducted two telephone surveys from September 23 to October 5 on a random, representative sample of 1,544 respondents in Serbia (806 respondents in Belgrade).
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