Social inquiries show that people’s trust towards RPA has increased
On the eve of the Parliamentarian elections in
The whole program will last since April 2012 till February 2013 and it will be fulfilled by the Armenian Sociological Association and The Gallup Organization.
During the meeting with the journalists member of the directors’ council of the Gallup Europe organization Rasa Alishuaskene presented the results of the second level of the studies which took place on April 16-22.
1015 citizens of the RA participated in the inquiry and the results showed that two political parties, RPA and “Prosperous Armenia” are the most authoritative a week before the elections in
So, according to the results of the second round of the inquiry 39 % of the inquired people (5 % more than on the first round) trust in RPA. 26 % of the electorate (2 % less than during the first level) will vote for “Prosperous Armenia” party.
”These results show that the confidence towards RPA has been increased during a week and the other parties are in the same condition”, Mrs. Alishauskene underlined.
According to the results of the inquiry three other parties also may appear in the Parliament. “Rule of Law”, Armenian Revolutionary Federation and Armenian National Congress are those parties. “Heritage” is still on the border and the coming pre-electoral term will be decisive for the party.
Mrs. Alishauskene also noted that 7 % of the inquired people were ready to give their votes to Armenian National Congress (ANC) and 5 % of the voters trusted in “Rule of Law” party.
66 % of the inquired people answered that they will certainly attend the elections, 23 % said that they may go to the elections.
“The pre-electoral campaign is still going on and the parties have chance to make their condition better. But at the same time I consider that this image will be transferred to the Parliament. But may be the parties will be able to have influence on the 15 % voters who have not decided whom to elect”, said another speaker of the press-conference, chairman of the Armenian sociological association Gevorg Pogosyan.