The Malta Independent 2 April 2020, Thursday

13.5%: Adrian Delia with worst ever trust rating in MT survey, PM at 62.5%

Sunday, 2 February 2020, 10:43 Last update: about 3 months ago

Prime Minister Robert Abela enjoys a high trust rating while Opposition Leader Adrian Delia’s own ratings have plummeted, according to a MaltaToday survey.

The survey shows that the PM enjoys a trust rating of 62.5%, while Delia’s stands at just 13.5%. This is the Delia’s lowest trust rating in two years, the newspaper says.

In a survey conducted in December 2019, Delia registered a trust rating of 21.3%, against then Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s 50.5%


The survey also found that Abela trumps Delia comfortably among women and men, across all age groups, and in all regions.

Abela also enjoys the trust of 22.5% of those who voted for the Nationalist Party in the 2017 general election.

The trust rating among people aged 18-35 is even greater, with Abela trusted by 64.6% against Delia’s 9.4%.

In the 65+ category, Abela has a trust rating of 58.9% while Delia has 20.9%.

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