Dynamics of corruption

61% of Albanians think corruption in the country recently has increased or stayed the same. This figure lists Albania at the bottom of the list. The top 5 countries of this list are Spain (97%), Italy (96%), the Czech Republic (94%), Slovenia (94%) and Romania (90%). Source: Eurobarometer 79.1 (May …

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Trust in the national government

46.6% of Albanians tend to trust the national government. This figure is above the European average of 35.9%. Countries leading the list of trust in the national government are Malta (63.5%), Estonia (61.4%), Luxembourg (57.5%), Sweden (57%), and Denmark (55%). People that have the lowest level of trust in their national …

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Employment situation in country

Asked about the employment situation in country, 81.9% of Albanians think it is rather bad or very bad. This figure is above the European average of 76.4%. Countries leading the list are Greece (98.3%), Spain (98%), France (97.7%), Slovenia (96.3%), and Bulgaria (95.2%). People less dissatisfied with the economic situation …

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Country going in the right direction

With 47% of Albanians that think the country is going in the right direction, Albania is listed among five countries that have the highest figure of people that think their country is going in the right direction, along with Malta (60.3%), Ireland (53%), Denmark (48.9%), and Island (44.8%). The countries …

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Citizens’ interest in political maters

Asked about frequency of discussions they have on national, local and European matters citizens of Albania show a great interest in politics, with 74% of them having a strong or medium interest in political matters. This figure lists Albania among seven countries that have the biggest number of citizens most …

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Life satisfaction

Out of 34 European countries surveyed in November 2014, Albanians are listed among six populations that have the lowest level of life satisfaction, with 61.3% of people being very or fairly satisfied with their life in general. Other countries listed at the bottom of the list are Romania (54.9%), Portugal …

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