Bulgarians are still divided on the idea of so-called "vaccination passports", indicates a survey of Gallup International sociological agency and the tourism industry, conducted between March 18 and 24 among 1,000 adult Bulgarians. Half of the..
By 11 AM voter turnout at the parliamentary elections was 12.5 %, indicate data by Gallup International sociological agency from exist polls conducted in front of polling places. Gallup International is the BNR’s partner on election day and..
The candidates of political parties registered for the forthcoming general elections in Bulgaria have 29 days to convince the Bulgarian citizens that they deserve to represent their interests in the future 45 th Bulgarian National..
When asked who will be the world's superpowers in 2030, 58% of Bulgarians put Russia first, 50% - China, and 46% - the United States. This is indicated by the results of a survey conducted by the Gallup International Association on perceptions of global..
If Parliamentary elections were held in mid-January, seven political formations would enter the new Parliament, the latest survey of Gallup International shows. The ruling GERB party would earn 22.9% of the votes. The Bulgarian Socialist Party would..
Bulgaria’s society has no desire to see anti-epidemic measures tightened further, the conclusion of the 11 th phone survey of Gallup International conducted among 800 Bulgarians reads. The number of opinions against wearing face masks has not..
If Parliamentary elections were held today, the opposition party BSP would earn the support of 13.5% of the voters, while the ruling GERB party would be supported by 13.2% of the citizens , the latest sociological survey of Gallup International shows...
6% of Bulgarians say they have been to anti-government protests, or around 300,000 people. 36% say they are ready to take part in a protest against the government. A large portion of the people who state they go to anti-government protests are young..
Anxiety in Bulgaria's society caused by the Covid-19 pandemic is rising again after the decrease registered in April. Earlier, 51% of the polled were worried that they, or their family members, may get infected with the virus . At the end of June, 60%..
There is underlying conviction amongst Bulgarian citizens that the pandemic caused by Covid-19 is not that dangerous. The more successful the measures, the more impatient the people, sociologist Parvan Simeonov from Gallup International commented for..