The Slovenia Times

Slovenians Disapprove Strike in Public Sector



More than a half (50.9%) also believe that parliament should have a final say on the measures in the bill on the balancing of public finances, whereas 40.2% would want the law to be put to a referendum. Nearly two out of three respondents (61.4%) termed the government's job as unsuccessful, against 30.4% who said reverse. The senior coalition Democrats (SDS) saw their rating fall to 21.8% from 23% in March. The opposition Positive Slovenia (PS) and Social Democrats (SD) are tied at 13.9%, down nearly three and two points, respectively. The coalition People's Party are up slightly to 6.1%, followed by the Virant List (2.7%), New Slovenia (2.5%) and Pensioners' Party (2%).
The number of those who would not vote for any party was up to 20.1% from 13.5% the month before. For the first time ever not a single politician scored better than the month before. The most popular remains President Danilo Türk, ahead of SD leader Borut Pahor and European Commissioner Janez Potočnik.


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