Nearly 3/4 of Croats donʼt trust their government
Some 66% of Croatian citizens do not trust their government, Total Croatia reports, citing a survey published by the European Committee of the Regions.
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The survey was conducted for the Committee by the Kantar consulting firm online on September 3-11. It covered 1,040 residents of Croatia, 76% of whom said they did not trust their government, while 20% said they did.
Croatian citizens do not trust their regional and local authorities either, with 74% saying they did not trust them, and only 21% that they did. As for the EU, 58% of Croatian citizens said they did not trust it and 38% that they did. The EU-27 average is 47% and 45% respectively.
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