Public trust for Jokowi plummets in 2022 in latest Charta Politika survey
TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – Pollster Charta Politika, in one of its recent surveys, found that public trust in President Joko Widodo or Jokowi continues to decline in 2022, dropping from 84.9% in January 2022 to 81.0% in February 2022, and the last 75.8% recorded in April 2022.
“Looking at the trend, almost all public institutions saw a drop in the survey in April. The biggest drops tend to be experienced by the presidential institution,” Charta Politika executive director Yunarto Wijaya said. during a webinar on Monday, April 25, 2022. .
The pollster survey involved 1,220 respondents chosen based on random sampling between April 10 and April 17 across Indonesian provinces with a margin of error of 2.83%.
Moreover, regarding the survey, the Indonesian National Army recorded the highest number of public trust with 85.2%. The President ranks second with 75.8%, followed by the Indonesian National Police (Polri) in third place with 70.7% and the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) in fourth place with 69.9%.
Yunarto claimed that this was a new trend in their public trust surveys, as the police institution often ranked lower than the KPK in previous years when public support for the anti-corruption commission was still high.
Laggards in the list of trusted agencies are the House of Representatives (DPR), the Council of Regional Representatives (DPD) and finally the People’s Consultative Assembly (MPR).
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