Washington, DC – IRI today released its most recent public opinion survey in Tunisia along with its analysis, which showed that Tunisian citizens are unhappy with the current state of their economy and are losing confidence in their current government. Highlights of the survey include:
- Employment, economic development and security were chosen most often as top priorities for the current government;
- Seventy-seven percent of respondents believe Tunisia is moving in the wrong direction; and,
Eighty percent of Tunisians support ratification of their constitution through a national referendum, instead of the current process of ratification by the National Constituent Assembly.
A total of 1,613 interviews were completed, yielding an overall margin of error of ± 2.81 percent at the midrange of the 95 percent confidence level. This poll was conducted with support from the Middle East Partnership Initiative.Top