Three-quarters of the Bulgarians approve the actions of the authorities during the Covid-19 crisis
77% of the Bulgarians say that this country’s government is coping well with the Covid-19 crisis and 22% of the respondents voiced the opposite opinion, a sociological survey of Gallup International conducted on April 6 and 7 shows. One month ago, 60% of the respondents approved the actions of the Bulgarian authorities and 37% of the people disagreed with them. 22% of the Bulgarians say they have lost part of their incomes, the latest survey further reads. 14% of the respondents say they were temporarily suspended from work and 8% of the Bulgarians say they are working less hours. 9% of the respondents answered that they lost their jobs, whereas a week ago only 3% of the respondents said that they became jobless. 69% of the Bulgarians are afraid of the new infection. In the beginning of the state of emergency 62% said they were afraid of the coronavirus infection. 27% say they are not afraid of the virus and 55% of the people think that the danger is exaggerated.