Nearly half of respondents (46 percent) are dissatisfied with the situation in the country, while 35 percent positively evaluated the situation and 19 percent had no opinion, according to an October poll by CBOS. But there is a record high sense of job security.
Although October did not bring any major changes in the public mood compared to the previous month, there was a noticeable rise in satisfaction with the employment situation, with 74 percent feeling secure in their jobs, up 6 percent from September. Less than a quarter (23 percent) still feared job loss, down 7 percent from last month.
“Currently, the sense of job security expressed among working people is the highest in many years – a similar level was last seen in late 2007 and early 2008, i.e. before the global economic crisis,” CBOS commented.
Regarding the political situation, 41 percent expressed dissatisfaction, while 36 percent considered it to be average, and only 19 percent rated it as good.