Almost 45 percent of Romanians have a good and very good opinion about the Royal House of Romania, up from 41 percent in July 2013, according to an INSCOP survey conducted between May 1 and May 7.
The opinion of over 37 percent of the respondents is neither good nor bad, compared to 43.5 percent in July last year. However, 9.6 percent have a bad opinion, up from 5 percent in July 2013, while 2.2 percent have a very bad opinion.
In July 2013, 27.2 percent of Romanians said they would vote for the monarchy in a possible referendum on changing the country’s form of government. In May this year, the figure increased to 30.2 percent.
On the other hand, 47.3 percent would vote against the monarchy and for keeping the republic, compared to 39 percent in 2013.
“The truth about Romania” survey was conducted by INSCOP Research at the request of Romanian daily newspaper Adevarul.
It was carried out on a sample of over 1,000 people and is representative for the Romanian population aged 18 and over 18.
Irina Popescu, [email protected]