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    SLOTS Consumer Confidence Survey 2022-04

    Economic crisis results in growing public disaffection with politicians, but particularly with President Rajapaksa

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    Rannan-Eliya R P., Selvaratnam A., Dananjana T., Wisidagama N., Kapuge Y., Weerawardena N.
    27 Apr 2022

    Abstract:The current economic crisis is resulting in widespread public disapproval of all politicians. Public liking of politicians in both government and opposition has fallen to its lowest levels in the Institute for Health Policy (IHP) SLOTS opinion survey. Worst affected is President Gotabaya Rajapaksa, whose personal favourability ratings have slumped from a high +50 during the August-September 2021 lockdown to -80 in April 2022.

    The largest declines in the President's favourability have been amongst the poor, women, urban and Sinhala adults.

    In contrast, favourability ratings of state institutions and other organizations, including Ministry of Health, the armed forces, and the GMOA have declined little. Indicating that the public disapproval is specifically of politicians.




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