Moldovans say things go into wrong direction in their country
Moldovan citizens fear the high living costs and unemployment, a sociological survey showed, quoted by Moldpres news agency.
Nearly 63 % of respondents believe that Moldova’s main issue is unemployment. Among others are taxes, migration, and corruption.
The same survey shows that many Moldovans see their country becoming EU member state in the next 20 years. Some 80 % want their homeland to preserve its neutrality. Half of the respondents of the same survey expressed their desire to become part of the Eurasian Union, a Russian-led customs union which will emerge in 2015.
Roughly 20 % would like Moldova to join NATO, while 15 % want Moldova to be part of Romania.
The survey also showed that ¾ of respondents believe that things in Moldova are heading into a wrong direction being disappointed by the current developments. Some 57 % of participants stated they are dissatisfied with their standards of living.
The survey involved 1,225 people from 90 Moldovan towns.Moldova.ORG