Poll uncovers distrust in banks, economy

  • 1998-10-29
  • Urmas Maranik
TALLINN - If a poll conducted by the oldest market research company in Estonia is to be believed, Estonians distrust the country's financial institutions and are dismayed at the country's economic health.The Saar Poll, which in September conducted a nationwide survey of residents aged between 15 and 74, asked people what they think of the popular political parties, crime, free market ecnomies, living standards and various public institutions.When asked about public institutions and professions, the Bank of Estonia and journalists took the biggest hit this time around. Just 43 percent of re...
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