Helsingin sanomat: Finns rate the work of the Sanna Marin government extremely low
HELSINKI, March 7 – RIA Novosti. Finnish people’s satisfaction with the Sanna Marin government’s work is at an all-time low – only 49% of respondents rated their work as “good enough”, according to the country’s largest newspaper. Helsingin Sanomat.
Parliamentary elections to form Finland’s new government will be held on 2 April.
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“Currently, 49% of Finns believe that the current government is doing its job pretty well at least. 44% of Finns, on the other hand, believe that the government is doing its job pretty badly or badly,” the report said.
It is noted that the share of satisfied voters decreased by 4% in the autumn of 2022 compared to the previous survey.
Finns were most recently dissatisfied with the government’s work during the Antti Rinne leadership in the fall of 2019 than they are now.
The survey was conducted on Kantar Public Internet from February 15-22, 1347 people of voting age (18 years) were surveyed with an error of 2.7%.
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