TALLINN – According to a Eurobarometer poll, the most problematic issue for Estonian people last autumn was price increase, Public Broadcasting reports.
58 percent of respondents considered price increase the biggest problem, followed by economy (37 percent) and unemployment (30 percent).
24 percent consider healthcare and social insurance a problem, while 9% consider pensions and 9 percent taxes the biggest problem.
Crime is considered the biggest problem by 7 percent of Estonian people.
Energy and environmental issues were considered important by 4 percent and immigration by 1 percent.