Gallup International: Bulgarians Rated the Roads in the Country with 3.15

According to data from the Political and Economic Index of Gallup International, Bulgarians rated the roads in the country with 3.15 out of 6.

The study was conducted in early August, weeks before the tragedy near Svoge. 38% of the Bulgarians believe the roads in the country are getting worse, 30% think they are not changing, and 27% see improvement in the road situation.

The study was conducted among 822 people and indicates that the majority of people in a country see a rather negative change. The different areas in the country also have a different quality of the road network – the bigger towns have a better road system, while in the villages it is rarely repaired.

The overall assessment of the six-point system used in the Bulgarian education system for the roads in the country is formed by the fact that about 1/3 gives the Poor 2 /the lowest possible estimate/ and the less than 1% are those who evaluate with Excellent 6. The summary grade is 3.15, which compares to Sufficient.

Petya Petrova

Petya Petrova is a journalist, believer, and traveler.

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