3 January 2013, 23:38

Estonians lose trust in authorities

Estonians lose trust in authorities

The results of a poll, which was recently held by the Estonian research company Turu-uuringute AS, says that Estonians are losing trust in the country’s Prime Minister, the President, NATO and the Church.

According to the poll’s results, 62% of the respondents don’t trust the Prime Minister, 32% - the President, 24% - NATO and 17% - the Church.

The President’s rating has suffered most of all.

The previous poll, which was held in June, showed that 39% of the respondents trusted the ruling Party of Reforms, which is headed by the country’s President Toomas Hendrik Ilves. The current figure is 22%.

Voice of Russia, IF

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