PRESS REVIEW FROM SLOVENIA, MAY 30, 1992
Ljubljana, 30 May - DELO: THERE ARE SO MANY POLITICAL PARTIES IN SLOVENIA, WHO WILL KNOW THEM? - If elections happened tomorrow the most votes would go to Drnovšek's Liberal Democrats, as many as 21.1% of the participants in Delo Stik's research would vote them. The second strongest party would be Peterle's Christian Democrats (8.7%) followed by Ribičič's Reformers (6%), Pučnik's Social Democrats (4.3%), Bavčar's Democrats (2.5%), Plut's Green (1.5%), etc. The writers were interested in the question whether the participants can tell the parties and their programs apart. Almost a half of them (49.1%) thought that this was true only partly, while 23.1% answered yes, and with self confidence. 17.6% admitted they did not know the parties or their programs. To the question what is deciding factor in favouring a party over another the majority (53.1%) answered it was the party program. Delo Stik included 750 to 1,000 participants in the phone research, all chosen at random by computer.
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