The level of satisfaction with Kurti’s work decreases, it increases for President Osmani
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP_) has today published the 22nd edition of the Public Pulse summary. In the data made public by UNDP, there is a decrease in satisfaction with the work of the Prime Minister of Kosovo, Albin Kurti, from 53.2, which was was in 2021 has fallen to 52.6.
The head of the Assembly, Glauk Konjufca, also suffered a decline, as in 2021 the level of satisfaction with his work was 55.4%, while this year it is 54.4%, Express reports.
While there is an increase in satisfaction for the president of the country, which has gone from 55.2% as it was in 2021 to 58.4 for this year, writes Rhewal.
The full release with some of the key findings:
UNDP launched the 22nd edition of the Public Pulse Summary
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Kosovo has today launched the 22nd edition of the Public Pulse compilation.
The findings of the April Public Pulse opinion poll show slight changes in people’s satisfaction with the performance of key executive, legislative and judicial institutions in Kosovo compared to the previous survey conducted in October-November 2021.
The following are some of the key findings:
- The level of satisfaction with the performance of the executive reached the value of 47.6%, which is a decrease of 0.4 percentage points from the survey of October-November (autumn) 2021 when this value was 47.6%.
- The registered level of satisfaction with the work of the Prime Minister is 52.6% (53.2% in autumn 2021), while with the work of the Speaker of the Assembly of Kosovo it is 54.4% (55.4% in autumn 2021).
- The level of satisfaction with the President reached the value of 58.4%, compared to the level of satisfaction of 55.2% recorded in the fall of 2021.
- There was an increase in the degree of satisfaction with the Courts and the Office of the Chief Prosecutor, at the level of 39.1% and 37.1%, respectively, compared to 33.9% and 34%, respectively, in the fall of 2021.
- The Index of Democratization (ID) stands at 1.66 points, which is an increase of 0.07 from autumn 2021.
- The Index of Economic Confidence (IBE) stands at 0.98 points, which is a decrease of 0.54 points from autumn 2021.
- A slightly higher number of respondents were willing to protest for political reasons in April 2022 (37.6%) than in autumn 2021 (35.6%).
- Findings from the opinion poll show an increase in the sense of security among respondents, with 80.4% feeling safe when outside, compared to 73.6% in autumn 2021.
- The three major problems reported during this survey were unemployment (36.4%), poverty (21.1%) and prices of essential supplies (7.7%). The environment, which was one of the top three problems in autumn 2021, has fallen to eighth place. Health care (5.7%) and corruption (5%) were among the top five problems identified by respondents.
- 22.2% of the respondents affirm that they perceive that large-scale corruption is present in public and international institutions in Kosovo. This value represents a decrease of 1.2 percentage points from autumn 2021- (23.4%).
- 15.3% of respondents (7.9% in autumn 2021 and 16.1% in May 2021) said they know a lot about their right to live in a healthy and clean environment, 25.5% (24.9% in autumn 2021) claimed to have average knowledge, while 40.7% of respondents (39.7% in fall 2021) said they know a little about this topic.
- 7.8% (12.3% in autumn 2021) believe that Kosovo is affected by climate change and 63.4% (49.7% in autumn 2021) believe that it is affected to some extent by climate change.
- 62.5% of respondents stated that COVID-19 has had a negative impact on their economic well-being, 48.1% stated that it has negatively impacted their physical health, and 52.6% indicated that it has impacted their mental health.
- 62.5% of respondents said that COVID-19 has had a negative impact on their economic wellbeing, 48.1% declared it negatively affected their physical health, and 52.6% indicated that it affected their mental health.