Turks most satisfied with religious services; economy and jurisdiction in last place
Asatisfaction survey conducted Xsights Research and Consulting for Dunya newspaper shows that 30 percent of Turks are “very satisifed” with the government’s religious services, while healthcare and transportatiton ranked second and third.
The Social Pulse Questionnaire, carried out with computer-assisted phone calls in 26 cities, surveyed 1,500 people over the age of 18. Participants, 80 percent of whom live in cities and 20 percent in rural areas, assessed the rate of approval of services the Turkish state offers its citizens.
41 percent of the respondents said they were “satisfied” with the services the state provides in religion, bringing the overall satisfaction rate to 71 percent. Security and national security also ranked in the top five in the satisfaction survey.
The economy, financial system, judiciary, education and international relations are the areas where Turks are least satisfied with the government, the survey showed.
The region that is most satisfied with energy-distribution services is the eastern Black Sea, with 74 percent. The western Marmara region, with 28 percent, and the Aegean coast, with 26 percent, are the least satisfied with energy distribution.
People living in the eastern Black Sea are the most satisfied with the tourism services at 78 percent. The same region leads satisfaction with labor and job-safety services, with a ratio of 76 percent. This region is followed by the eastern Marmara with 70 percent.