The approval ratings of Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, and his ruling Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, have gone down even further, according to a recent poll.
The poll has been conducted by the Alfa Research Agency in January.
The slump in the approval is attributed mainly to the scandals with the election of a constitutional judge from the parliamentary quota, and the so-called "Dunes Gate" involving construction on sand dunes in a protected area near the historical Black Sea town of Nessebar....
Interesting that the recent poll administered by the internationally respected Gallup organization has been ignored by Novinite in favor of the one produced by pro-commie pollsters, "Alfa". I wonder why?
For the record the Gallup poll reported on 21 January reported:
Support for the centre-right GERB edged up a point to 23.8 percent in January, but the opposition Socialists also rose one point, to 19.7 percent, according to a Gallup International poll of 1,017 people carried out between January 4 and 10.
"Borisov can congratulate himself. Even after reversing his position he is maintaining support for his party," said Andrey Raichev, a political analyst with Gallup. "But the vote could hurt his image as a winner," he said.
Recently Alfa research came up with a study that BG is more corrupt and with higher crime rate than Ecuador. For those that know of the subject, the research as everything created by alfa murky group is a complete lie and manipulation. They follow the ex-communist's agenda of divide and conquer and work on the payroll of the communists. No sane person should ever grant attention to research made by that company.
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