This is 12,5% up as compared with 2008. This is the result of the research: “Consequences of the International Financial Crisis for Moldova: Sociological Approach”. About 84,5% of respondents feel affected by the global crisis, 14% went hungry in 2011, 90,7% are dissatisfied with their incomes. At the same time, a number of individuals receiving remittances grew 8,9% as compared with 2008; 52,6% thinks this money important and vary important (+13,3%).
Close to 69% of respondents are concerned by the growth in prices, which is 12% more than in 2010. Low wages and pensions are the matter of concern for 57,4% respondents (+13,7%); future of children bothers 42,5% of respondents (-2%), corruption does 31,2% of participants of the pool (+1,4%). As compared with 2008, a number of people discontent with the direction Moldova is moving to grew 10,2% to 63,3%. 22,1% think it right (+1,1%). 69% (+34%) respondents consider transition to the market economy wrong decision, with another 20,6% thinking it right (-13,2%).
26,1% of respondents blames for all problems the present government, 23,9% the previous one (CPRM),; 12,6% think all politicians guilty and 11,5% accuse all the population. 2,8% see the cause of the problems in the financial crisis. A number of people considered themselves the lower class ones grew 17% as compared with 2010 and made up 46,1%. 41,4% of respondents reckon themselves among the middle class (-10,8%), 1,1% consider themselves of the top echelon of the society (-1,3%), and 0,8% think they are oligarchs (-0,3%).
The church is thought to be the most trustworthy by 36% of respondents, mass media by 9,4%, City Hall by 8,5%, the army by 4,2%, international organization by 4,2% and banks by 3,6% of respondents. The Parliament and political parties are trusted least , 1,1% each. The research was conducted fro June, 1 till June, 10, among 1591 individuals from 72 place of population, including Transdniestria. The error is ±2,6%.InfoMarket