Poll: declining popularity Abadi

| (Voice of Iraq) - Twilight News opinion poll conducted by Masssh Gallup, headquartered in Washington, popular Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi decline because of rampant corruption in government institutions and poor public services. The poll suggests that popularity Abadi fell from 72 percent in the period took over the presidency of the government, to 47 percent at the end of last year. According to Gallup, the decline Abadi comes because of the situation of the people of corruption cases, despite the military achievements of the Iraqis to recover about 40 percent of the populated areas, organized by the Islamic State Daash. showed The survey also growing popular discontent with the worsening cases of financial and administrative corruption and poor public services, with the percentage of those who believe that corruption is widespread in government institutions to 75 percent, up from 67 percent in the past year rose

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