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The Romanians Don’t Want Any Troops in Iraq

29 Mar 2005 - 00:00

Many Romanians don’t want any anticipated elections, don’t agree with the presence of the Romanian military troops in Iraq and believe that the GRP (Great Romania Party) leader, C. V. Tudor, did a good thing when he retired from the party’s leading board, says a CURS poll. The same poll shows that the Alliance is still in the top of the electorate’s preferences, but also an increase in the number of the undecided or not-wanting-to-vote people.

  • POLITICS - March 29th 2005
  • Do you agree with the Romanian soldiers’ presence in Iraq?
    The result of the poll, which was made on national level between the 21st and the 26th of March, shows that most of the Romanians are against the anticipated elections. This way, 59% of the interviewees stated they didn’t agree with the organization of the parliamentary elections before 2008, and 41% were for the anticipated elections. When they were asked for the meaning of the anticipated elections, only 33% of the responders defined them correctly, as being elections organized before the legal term, much more, 42%, didn’t know how to answer or didn’t answer for this question.

    SUPPORT. The research also analyzed the opinion on the anticipated elections of the supporters of different parties. From this point of view, the J.T. (Justice and Truth) Alliance and SDP (Social Democartic Party) supporters prefer the most the idea of the anticipated elections. This way, 48% of the J. T. Alliance supporters agreed with the anticipated elections, while 43% rejected this possibility. The idea of the before-the-term elections was also supported by 50% of the SDP fans, compared to the 40% of the ones not wanting them. DUHR (the Democratic Union of the Hungarians in Romania) have rejected the idea of the anticipated elections, 60% of them having this opinion against the only 35% who supported the anticipated elections’ organization. The undecided also are against, 65% not supporting a voting before the term.
    Do you agree with having Parliamentary elections before 2008?
    If you would have to vote the Parliament tomorrow, what party or political formation would you vote for?

    VOTING INTENTION. For the question "if you would have to vote the Parliament’s election tomorrow, what party or political formation would you vote for?", 48% of the responders have indicated the J. T. Alliance, 30% - SDP, 8% - GRPP, 5% - DUHR, 3% - HPR (the Humanist Party in Romania), 2% - CDPP (the Christian-Democratic People’s Party), 4% other parties. There must be said that 39% of the interviewees are undecided or didn’t answer. According to the poll, among the voters of the Alliance the opinions are equally shared between NLP (National Liberal Party) and DP (Democratic Party), with 43% each. In the same time, 14% of the responders showed they don’t sympathize one of the parties especially.

    PEOPLE’S PARTY. The poll also analyzed the electorate’s opinion on voting for a people’s party for the parliamentary elections, taking into account the recent tendencies towards the formation of such a party in Romania. The dominant answer for this question was "I don’t know, I’m not answering", 30% of the examined people being in this situation, while 27% expressed their "very little" availability towards voting a people’s party, and 21% would be "little" available. In the same time, 22% of the interviewees said they would vote for a people’s party, 7% of them being highly opened to this and 15% of them are just opened. These votes, for a people’s party, would mainly come from the supporters of the Alliance, 30%, and from the ones of SDP, 24%. An important support, also 30%, would come for the people’s party from the undecided people as well, and the rest of the percentages would come from the electorates of GRPP (7%), CDPP (4%), from the DUHR (3%) and from the HPR (2%).

    VADIM’S RETIREMENT. Corneliu Vadim Tudor’s retirement as the GRP president, and becoming honorific president of the same party, is known by 80% of the interviewees, according to the poll. 55% of them believe that this was a good decision from C. V. Tudor, and 14% don’t agree with it. 31% don’t know or don’t answer. Nevertheless, the idea of Vadim retiring as the party’s president and becoming the party’s honorific party is also agreed by most of the voters of the other parties.

    GOOD DIRECTION. 46% of the poll’s responders believe that things are going into a good direction in nowadays’ Romania, 42% believe that the direction is wrong, and 12% don’t answer. Judging by the way things have went by now, 37% of the interviewees believe that the present Government leads the country "better" than the previous Government, 29% think the administration is "similar", 23% say it is "worse", and 11% don’t know or don’t answer.

    PRIORITIES. The most important problem that should be taken care of now in Romania is the eradication of the corruption, say 21% of the interviewees. The next problems that need immediate solving is, according to 19% of the responders, are the living standard and the work places, followed by the pensioners problem, emphasized by 9% of the interviewees.

    THE SPANISH PROBLEM. A great note among the interviewed people has been the problem of the coaches with Romanians, which were turned at the frontier with Spain and sent back to Romania, 93% of the responders saying they knew about these facts. Most of the Romanians, 47%, believe that the decision of the Spanish authorities "has been justified". 40% consider it unjust, and 13% don’t know or don’t answer.

    RON. The fact that, in little time, the NBR (National Bank of Romania) will release the "new leu" (RON) is seen as a good measure by 62% of the interviewed people. In exchange, 23% of them see this as a bad measure, and 15% don’t know or don’t answer.

    MILITARY PRESENCE IN IRAQ. The poll analyzed the perception level of the public opinion on the Romanian soldiers’ presence in Iraq. For this aim, many of the interviewees, 55%, have stated they didn’t agree with it, and only 36% of the responders agreed with it. The same disagreement has been mainly expressed when this question was asked to the parties’ supporters.

    SAMPLE. The poll has been made by CURS on 1,100 people, between the 21st and the 26th of March, the error margin being plus/minus 3%. The research is of omnibus kind, this meaning a poll usually made at the request of more clients, explained the CURS director, Sebastian Lazaroiu.

    Sebastian Lazaroiu, the CURS director, explained that, even though the poll’s results show a score of 48% of the voting intention for the J. T. Alliance, this result cannot be taken into consideration as if it were directly related to the possible score obtained by the Alliance in the case of the anticipated elections, there being a high possibility for the electorate to fine it. "The people are so under the elections’ empire, such that these voting intentions should be very volatile. It is a very hard thing to say that, if the ones in Power would provoke the anticipated elections, the Alliance would hardly obtain 48%. If the people don’t want anticipated elections and someone provokes them, the people might turn against that person and vote for a penalty", Lazaroiu warned.

    ADP president, Cristian Parvulescu, appreciated that the poll’s results show that the Romanians are much more informed on the European themes than they were last year. "The Romanians understand the criteria of the European integration from the political point of view as well, not only from the practical point of view. I might say the Romanians are more prepared for the European integration than they were last year", Parvulescu emphasized.

    Cristian Parvulescu also estimated the possible voting attendance for the local elections on Sunday, saying that this would possibly be around 30%. "Taken the assumption that, in 1998, for the partial elections, the voting attendance was 36%, when high representatives of the parties were attending, and in 2005 there weren’t so many VIPs present, we believe that the voting attendance would be around 30%", the ADP president showed.

    Translated By SORIN BALAN
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