March 22, 2021

Results Summary

        The majority of Jordanians (61%) are dissatisfied with the recent cabinet amendment that the Prime Minister made, and most of them (57%) do not think that the new ministers will be able to handle their responsibilities.

 

        The continued increase in confidence in the House of Representatives and its performance

  (36%) of Jordanians trust the current parliament, and (38%) trust their electoral district parliament representatives, which represents the highest percentage of trust given to the parliament since 2014.

   (39%) of Jordanians are satisfied with the performance of the current parliament, and (37%) are satisfied with the performance of their electoral district parliament representatives, which is also the highest percentage of satisfaction with the performance of the parliament collected since 2014.

 

        Evaluating the performance of the Speaker of the House of Representatives

  The majority of Jordanians (53%) believe that the current Speaker of the House Representatives was able to successfully lead the parliament sessions, and half of them (48%) think that he has been able to lead his role effectively since the beginning of his appointment as Speaker of the House of Representatives

  (44%) of Jordanians are satisfied with the media appearance of the current Speaker of the House of Representatives

 

 

        Nevertheless, two-thirds (67%) of Jordanians still believe that the government and its instruments are exerting pressure on the House of Representatives in the areas of voting and passing laws and legislation.

 

        The continued decline in interest in public affairs and the continual reluctance to participate in public life.

         The vast majority of Jordanians (70%) do not follow the activities of the current parliament.

        The vast majority (90%) of Jordanians do not know about the current parliamentary blocs ( ).

         The vast majority (82%) of Jordanians also do not know about the current parliamentary committees elected.

        The presence of 100 new parliament members in the current House of Representative does not mean anything at all for nearly half of Jordanians (47%).

         (58%) of Jordanians expect their electoral district parliament representatives to provide services and assistance in finding jobs and appointments, while only (19%) expect them to fulfill legislative roles and monitor the government.

         A third of Jordanians (34%) do not know the name of any of the current members of the parliament.

 

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