„2012 was the year of change in Serbia. It got a new government and a new president. 2013 will be the year that will tell whether the new leaders will deliver on their promises. According to two major opinion polls conducted in December, Serbs have high expectations of at least some of their leaders. According to one of them, 60% of Serbs think that their lives will be better than last year.
That poll, conducted by B92/Ipsos Strategic Marketing, shows that Serbs are worried by all the usual things. Thirty per cent say the greatest challenge ahead is unemployment, 17% say it is poverty and 12% low standards of living. Maybe it was the way the question was asked, but oddly, the second major poll, by Faktor Plus for Politika, found that only 18% expected their lives would be better this year while 51% said they expected no improvement.“
Без коментара. Само констатација са почетка чланка: два истраживања јавног мњења у Србији, Б92 и Политика, два налаза, два различита сигнала. Према Б92, 60 процената нас мисли да ће бити боље, према Политици тај проценат је свега 18 посто.
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