Estonian people's trust in the Riigikogu The unicameral parliament of Estonia. and the government returned to the rise in November after the low point that prevailed in the summer and the first autumn months, and both institutions are trusted by half or more of the population, according to a nationwide survey by Turu-uuringute AS Turu-uuringute AS( Market Research AS) is an impartial Estonian research company. commissioned by the State Chancellery.
Compared to October, residents' trust in the Riigikogu The unicameral parliament of Estonia. (the share of trustees has increased from 46 percent to 50 percent), the government (from 49 percent to 54 percent) and the president (from 67 percent to 71 percent) increased.
The last time trust in the Riigikogu The unicameral parliament of Estonia. and the government was as high was in May.
Trust in both the Riigikogu The unicameral parliament of Estonia. and the government is highest among people aged 65 and over, trust is also higher than average in the 15-34 age group.
Confidence in local governments did not change significantly in November compared to October (from 63 percent to 66 percent).
In November, 64 percent of Estonians trusted the government, and 32 percent of respondents from other nationalities. For comparison: in October, for example, 57 percent of Estonians trusted the government, and 31 percent of respondents from other nationalities.
By region, trust in the government is above average in all regions except North-East Estonia, where only 33 percent of respondents trust the government, which is still a higher figure than in September (26 percent then). Support for the government in Western and Central Estonia is particularly high, at 62 and 63 percent respectively.