Popularity of Croatia's ruling SDP party rises after one month in office .

By bne IntelliNews January 31, 2012
Croatia's Social Democratic Party (SDP), which has been on the head of the countrys new government for a month now, has received a 34% support in the latest public opinion poll, carried out by Ipsos Puls agency for Nova TV, daily Vecernji List reported. The main opposition party, Croatian Democratic Union (HDZ), ranked second, grabbing 20% of the support, while the Croatian Labour Party won 6.8%. The survey showed that 49% of the respondents believe that the new government leads the country into the right direction, while 33% of respondents consider Croatia is going in a wrong way. Some 17% said they could not decide. Citizens supported mostly the foreign policy (60%), the social policy (59%), the economic policy (57%) and the financial policy (53%).
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