Switzerland is to protect the wages and working conditions in the domestic and the EU will not make concessions. This view, 54 percent of people who have participated in the latest Tamedia survey represented. Thus, they are for the retention of the flanking measures, which will be argued in the discussion of the institutional framework of the agreement so fiercely. Concessions to the EU to want to make only 32 percent.
The survey shows, however, that The opinions of the framework agreement are not yet consolidated. The percentage of Undecided in the survey is high and it is a lot of "rather Yes" or "rather no" response. Most clearly supported a potential FDP - and GLP-voters to make concessions to the EU, most clearly, the SVP and the Greens were against it.
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"It's not easy to make an opinion on the framework agreement," says the political scientist Lucas Leemann, who carried out the survey together with his colleague Fabio wasserfallen. Finally, the experts have been in the public Hearing of the foreign policy Commission of the national Council is absolutely at odds shown. Leemann believes that the indecision fades in the population, as soon as the parties have a clear stance.
Yes to health initiatives
it is Clear, however, is the attitude of the respondents on another important issue in an election year, the health care costs. Two people's initiatives with those of CVP and SP aim to reduce the costs of health care, to receive the big encouragement. 73 percent of respondents support those of the CVP, which wants to introduce a brake on costs. In the case of Tamedia survey last June, there were still 71 per cent. After all, 64 percent of respondents (June 2018, with 62 percent) to say ' Yes ' to the Initiative of the SP. You want that no household has to spend more than 10 percent of their income for health insurance premiums.
Clearly, the attitude of the respondents to a climate levy on airline tickets of between 12 and 50 francs: 67 percent said Yes or "rather Yes" – almost the same as in the Tamedia-survey at the end of December.
Lousy notes for the Federal Council
Finally, the respondents evaluated the work of the Federal Council and Parliament. The Federal Council did not work well: Only the two New Karin Keller-Sutter (FDP) and Viola Amherd (CVP) received enough notes. Of the Rest of the section, Alain Berset (SP) with a grade of 3.99 was the best, worst, Guy Parmelin (SVP) by 3.41. In a next survey, the picture might look like, however, is different again: The two new Confederation, had been sent to the office were councillors about seen it all with much ease, in a few months, but they will have upset a number of people.
The satisfaction with Parliament has risen to the polls last summer and fall by several percentage points to 48 percent.
Created: 07.03.2019, 23:56 PM