Friday, 20 March 2015 20:15
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
opinion poll conducted by the American Institute of "Gallup" growing Iraqi fears of the economic situation, and as pointed out that the majority of Internet users in Iraqmale and well-educated, confirmed the growing popularity of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi . The site said, "Voice of America" The "Data has been collected on the basis of a survey conducted through mobile phones and land lines in different parts of Iraq, including controlled Zoning Daash . "
"The data of the new poll indicates the growing popularity of the Iraqi prime minister Haider al-Abadi, at the end of the month of December last prime minister won 53% of the confidence of respondents in the province of Kurdistan , and 76% of the sample surveyed in southern Iraq, and 69% of the sample The survey in the areas controlled by the organization Daash. " He pointed out that "the survey showed an increase in the number of Iraqis who describe the economic situation Bafiqir which is not new in the light of the International Monetary Fund, which said that the economic situation in Iraq has been severely hurt by terrorism and falling oil prices report "noting that" these problems will cause contraction of the economy by 2% from what it was last year, according to the IMF report. " He pointed out that "the majority of Iraqis find it difficult to live on their current income, while struggling, half of them to pay for food and shelter, according to the poll . " He continued that "the majority of Iraqis who follow the news through television, while the number of Internet users in the country increased, where the rate was 40%," noting that "the Iraqi percentage of those who did not use the internet never reach 52%." He explained that "the majority of Internet users in Iraq male and well-educated and Kurds who are the largest proportion, "he said, adding that" this comes in light of the escalating use regulation Daash of the means of social communication, it is certain that some of the efforts of the organization aims to recruit some people in the provinces of Anbar and Nineveh, according to the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. " on site "Voice of America" Translation: Alsumaria News
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