By: Sara Kovač / Nova24tv
According to a January poll conducted by Parsifal, the current Prime Minister Janez Janša is the most suitable candidate for Prime Minister. In second place was Robert Golob without a party, and only 1.9 percent of respondents see Tanja Fajon as the Prime Minister, while there is an extremely large share of the undecided, 54.4 percent.
To the question “Who do you think would be the most suitable Prime Minister?” the most decided respondents chose the current Prime Minister Janez Janša, who received 16.9 percent of the vote. In second place is Robert Golob with 5.1 percent fewer votes than Janša. In third place, respondents would choose Aleksandar Čeferin with a significant drop in votes. Only 2.3 percent of respondents would vote for Čeferin, followed by Marjan Šarec with 2.1 percent and Tanja Fajon with 1.9 percent. As many as 52.3 percent of respondents answered, “I do not know.”
For those who would take part in the elections, Janez Janša remains the most suitable candidate for Prime Minister. This proves that despite the negative media coverage, people are noticing the work of the current government and feel the promises made. Golob’s arrival drastically dropped Fajon and Šarec on the scale, while there is no sight of the other two Kul members (Bratušek and Mesec).
Somewhat worrying is the data of the undecided, which is extremely high, although the question was answered only by those who would take part in the elections. “I do not know” was answered by 52.3 percent of respondents and “No one” by 2.1 percent.
This year’s Parsifal survey included 725 respondents, of which 49.4 percent were women. The average age was 53.7 years, the most respondents were from the oldest age group over 55 (46.5 percent), the middle age group from 35 to 54 (37.2 percent) was slightly less represented, and the least respondents were from the youngest age groups from 18 to 34 years (16.4 percent). Most respondents come from the Osrednjeslovenska region (26.5 percent), followed by Podravska (15.8 percent) and Savinjska (12.4 percent) regions. Most respondents come from a village or hamlet (55.1 percent), followed by a town (28.1 percent) and a smaller town (16.8 percent).