A public opinion poll conducted by the International Republican Institute (IRI) shows that 26% of respondents expect employment from the government.
To a question as to what are main expectations from the government, answers distributed as follows: 14% of respondents expect the improvement of economic situation whilst 6% of well-being of the country; some 5% expect the restoration of territorial integrity from the government; the equal number of respondents, at 4%, have expectations for the increase in pensions and the fulfillment of promises.
As regards the restoration of justice, it is expected by 3% of surveyed people. The equal number of respondents - 2%, expect solution of social problems, development of agriculture, stability, and reduction in taxes for public utilities. Improving healthcare system and education is expected from the government by a mere 1 % each.
The IRI conducted the survey over the period from 19 February to 13 March. The survey covered 3,922 adult citizens. The margin of error comprises 1.5%.