Fewer people define the situation as “unbearable”

In 2018, there is a decline in those that determine the country’s situation as “unbearable, intolerable”, reaching the 2008 level, which is the lowest throughout the period considered. Relatively stable is the proportion of those who define the situation in the country as “bearable, tolerable” and in 2018 it reaches the highest values ​​of about 40% for the whole period considered. This is shown by the data from a national representative survey of public opinion conducted by the Open Society Institute – Sofia in April 2018.


Source: National representative survey survey among the adult population in Bulgaria, conducted in April 2018, funded and implemented by the Open Society Institute – Sofia.