When asked about their confidence in certain political parties, the CSV scored highest with 62%, followed by Déi Gréng (50%), the LSAP (47%). The DP, of which the prime minister is a member, was trusted by 45%. The smaller opposition parties ADR and déi Lénk are distrusted by 73% and 59% respectively.
Nevertheless, compared to January 2017, the DP, LSAP and déi Gréng could score slightly higher.
When respondents were asked to spontaneously name a party that they trust, the scores are very different. 36% spontaneously named the CSV as the party they trusted the most. Only 15% said they trusted the DP the most, 13% mentioned the LSAP, and only 9% mentioned the smallest coalition partner, Déi Gréng. It should be noted that 19% said they trusted no party currently.
Interest in politics
13% of respondents said they were highly interested in politics, 30% were very interested, and 37% more or less interested.
About a third of those who participated in the poll said the government had the situation in the country under control; 36% thought this was more or less the case. Another third (32%) did not think this was the case.
Personal economic situation
72% of respondents said the economic situation was rather good; only 8% thought it was rather bad. This was in line with the answers on the personal economic situation: 71% thought it was rather good, 16% very good, and only 10% thought it was rather bad.