Trust in Austrian government in free fall
Trust in the Austrian federal government is at an unprecedented low. This is the result of a representative flash survey conducted by the market research institute Integral on behalf of the Initiative for Evidence-Based Corona Information (ICI). Only 13 percent of respondents have "great confidence" in the federal government and 51 percent no longer have any. Therefore, one third would like to see new elections immediately.
Published: February 6, 2022, 10:45 am
On Thursday, Austria’s forced vaccination legislation was voted into law. It requires every Austrian adult – except pregnant women or those exempt for medical reasons – to get the shot.
A recent representative flash poll (n=500) by ICI – Initiative for Evidence-Based Corona Information – showed a huge loss of trust in politics however. For example, only four percent of respondents say they have a “very great deal of trust” in the coalition government. Nine percent have “rather great confidence”.
On the other hand, one third (32 percent) of the population say they have “no confidence at all” in the Turquoise-Green coalition. And as many as 19 percent say they have “rather no confidence”. This loss of trust is seen in all age groups and affects both men and women.
This is particularly dramatic in the case of the Greens, where only 26 percent still have great confidence in their government, but also in the case of their coalition partner, the ÖVP it is only 60 percent.
The massive dissatisfaction manifested itself in a call for new elections immediately. This wish is particularly strong among the younger population (16-29 years), where almost one in two (44 per cent) wanted an immediate ballot. Only half of the population (53 percent) currently feels represented by the parties elected to the National Council. The parties in government only appeal to nine percent (ÖVP) and eight percent (Greens) of the people.
Instead of taking care of the needs of the people, the government has overwhelmed them with one restriction after another in an authoritarian manner. Resistance to this kind of policy is growing, especially because the contradictions of the regulations as well as their senselessness are becoming more and more obvious.
“Soon everyone will know someone who has vaccination complications. It doesn’t help when the media and politicians persistently babble about a supposedly safe vaccination,” said doctor and ICI co-founder Dr Christian Fiala.
Why are more and more people falling ill, even though medicine and environmental protection have improved? And has anyone started to wonder why elections are useless?
All rights reserved. You have permission to quote freely from the articles provided that the source (www.freewestmedia.com) is given. Photos may not be used without our consent.
Consider donating to support our work
Help us to produce more articles like this. FreeWestMedia is depending on donations from our readers to keep going. With your help, we expose the mainstream fake news agenda.
Keep your language polite. Readers from many different countries visit and contribute to Free West Media and we must therefore obey the rules in, for example, Germany. Illegal content will be deleted.
If you have been approved to post comments without preview from FWM, you are responsible for violations of any law. This means that FWM may be forced to cooperate with authorities in a possible crime investigation.
If your comments are subject to preview by FWM, please be patient. We continually review comments but depending on the time of day it can take up to several hours before your comment is reviewed.
We reserve the right to delete comments that are offensive, contain slander or foul language, or are irrelevant to the discussion.
The world is plagued by record high energy and fuel prices at the same time as energy supply is becoming increasingly strained. It can be seen not least in the southern hemisphere where winter now reigns. At the same time, the globalists' mandatory "green" change is taking place all over the world, which has created and is driving the energy crisis and the now rampant inflation.
RomeThe Italian Association of General Practitioners Fimmg and the organization Cittadinanzattiva have developed software that could be used to identify two million "unvaccinated" patients in Italy that could pose a "risk".
The HagueFood Innovation Hubs (FUBs) are being set up all over the world for the "transformation of food systems". In November 2020, the World Economic Forum announced that the European Food Innovation Hub will be located in Wageningen, in the Netherlands.
ViennaA political earthquake is threatening Austria. The ÖVP continues to drop in the polls and is now in third place. The FPÖ can establish itself in second place under its pro-Russian chairman Herbert Kickl. Another disastrous result for the Chancellor's Party, after the governing coalition of the ÖVP and the Greens lost the majority in the polls months ago.
BerlinGermany is fast becoming a dystopia – a society in cataclysmic decline: Minister of Justice Buschmann (FDP) and Minister for Family Affairs Paus (Greens) have now presented a draft law according to which every person in Germany can determine their own gender and first name themselves and change it in a simple procedure at the registry office.
BurkelA clandestine drug laboratory has been discovered on a military base in Belgium where NATO nuclear weapons are stored. The synthetic drug Ecstasy was being mass produced on a large scale at the site.
ElmauIt is repeatedly claimed that the G7 are the “most important industrialized countries” and thus generally the most important countries in the world. However, on closer inspection this contention is wrong.
KievBefore the war, the Ukrainian police actively fought drug-related crime. Now the authorities have other priorities.
Brussels/KievThe decision to grant Ukraine accession status raises numerous questions: Ukraine (and Moldova) were officially granted this status at the EU summit in Brussels on Thursday evening. This decision had been extremely controversial and contested for weeks. But all previous critics – above all Austria, Slovenia, Croatia, the Netherlands and France – have surprisingly caved in and have cleared the way for the two countries to join the EU.
ViennaThe failure to put the financial system on a solid footing after the financial crisis in 2008, the pandemic and sanctions due to the Ukraine war, have ensured that the cards are finally being reshuffled.