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Rising prices are Bulgarians’ biggest problem: Survey

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The rising prices are challenge number one for the new government, indicates a survey by Trend sociological agency commissioned by 24 Chasa newspaper. 58% of the respondents say that this is the most urgent issue that needs to be addressed. 

Kiril Petkov’s cabinet has the support of 39% of the respondents, 40% uphold the opposite view. In January, President Rumen Radev's approval rating stands at 49%, and 36% take a negative view of his work.

Voter sentiments do not differ from the results of last year’s election for parliament. We Continue the Change party comes first with 26.4%, the opposition GERB party is second with 22.3%. The Bulgarian Socialist Party and the Movement for Rights and Freedoms have close to 11% support. 

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