Public Affairs has disappointed its voters


A quarter of all voters who took part in the 2010 general elections say they made a bad decision and would vote differently next time round, according to the results of an opinion survey published by the STEM polling agency. This concerns mainly supporters of centre-right parties, particularly Public Affairs, which was recently forced out of the government by a corruption scandal. Nine out of 10 people who voted for Public Affairs now say it was a mistake. On the other hand 90 percent of left-wing party voters say they made the right decision.