Survey: It Is Important For Bulgarians That New Attorney General Is Not Corrupt

For Bulgarians, the most important thing is that the new chief prosecutor is not corrupt and honest, according to a study by the Trend Research Center, cited by BGNES. 

Over 76% are those who have heard / understood that a new Attorney General will be elected by the end of October, while 18% are not.

When asked about the qualities that the new Attorney General has, it is strongly dominated by moral ones – not corrupt, incorruptible (20 percentage points), honest and correct (19 percentage points), independent, while management and experience are only 9 percentage points behind. However, the largest share of respondents cannot deside, which speaks more about distance from the topic.

The survey was conducted in the period 1-10 October 2019 through a direct semi-standard face-to-face interview among 1000 people over 18 years of age.

The survey is representative of the country’s adult population.

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