According to a recent survey, health care costs, pensions and climate change are the top three concerns of Swiss citizens.
An online survey published by Tamedia on August 26, 2022 looks at support for major political parties, along with voters’ top concerns. Support for the PLR/FDP (+1.4 percentage points) and the Liberal Greens (+1.3 percentage points) has increased since the last survey on 5 January 2022. Meanwhile, the Greens (-1.4 percentage points), Socialist Party (-0.6 percentage points) and Centrist (-0.4 percentage points) all fell in the rankings. UDC/SVP rose slightly (+0.3%) and remained the most popular party in Switzerland with 25.7% support, followed by PLR/FDP (16.4%), Socialist Party (16.2%) and Central (13.4%). %), Greens (11.8%), Liberal Greens (9.2%).
When asked about voter concerns, 67% were concerned about health care costs, 60% were concerned about pension status, and 56% were concerned about climate change. Further down the list were EU relations (45%), immigration (38%) and education (36%).
Climate change is the Green Party (94% – 1st), Liberal Greens (83% – 1st), Socialism (82% – 1st), PLR/FDP (45% – 4th), and Central (60%). – 3rd) in the top 5 concerns among political parties. supporter. However, it did not make the top five UDC/SVP supporters.
Additionally, the survey asked people if they expected an energy shortage in winter. 64% believe it exists, and among women he rose to 70%.
From 15th to 16th August 2022, 26,298 people across Switzerland took part in the survey.
Tamedia Survey (German)
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