YEREVAN (Armenpress) — 88.1% of the respondents of a survey, conducted by MPG LLC, a full member of the GALLUP International Association in Armenia, positively assess Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan’s activity.

“49.4% of the respondents assess the PM’s activity fully positive, 38.7% – rather positive”, Director of MPG LLC Aram Navasardyan said during a press conference.

Navasardyan said 18.4% of the respondents said their expectations after Pashinyan’s election as PM have been fully justified, 66.7% said they have been justified to some extent.

“We also asked the citizens how they assess Pashinyan as a politician, and 53.9% of the respondents said fully positive, 34.6% – rather positive”, he said.

According to the same survey, 63.2% of the respondents trust Armenia’s authorities, whereas 23.8% trust the parliamentary opposition.

The survey was conducted by phone. A total of 1,002 citizens participated in the survey. Alternative research error – 3%. The selection is representative according to the age-sex and place of residence of Armenian citizens. The survey was conducted from June 10 to 27.

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