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March 22, 2021

Results summary

  • The majority of Jordanians (61%) are not satisfied with the latest cabinet reshuffle made by the Prime Minister, and most (57%) do not believe that the new ministers will be able to assume their responsibilities.
  • Continuing to increase confidence in the House of Representatives and its performance
  • (36%) of Jordanians trust the current parliament, and (38%) trust the constituency deputies, which represents the highest confidence percentage in parliament since 2014.
  • (39%) of Jordanians are satisfied with the performance of the current parliament, and (37%) are satisfied with the performance of the representatives of their constituencies, which is also the highest satisfaction rate with the performance of the parliament collected since 2014. .
  • Evaluation of the performance of the Speaker of the House of Representatives
  • The majority of Jordanians (53%) believe that the current Speaker of Parliament has been able to successfully lead Parliament sessions, and half (48%) believe that he has been able to lead his role effectively since the beginning of his term. Appointment as Speaker of Parliament
  • (44%) of Jordanians are satisfied with the media appearance of the current Speaker of Parliament
  • However, two-thirds of Jordanians (67%) still believe that the government and its tools exert pressure on the parliament in the areas of voting and passing laws and legislation.
  • Continuous decline in interest in public affairs and continued 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 anything about the current parliamentary blocs (parliamentary blocs).
  •  Also, the vast majority (82%) of Jordanians do not know about the current elected parliamentary committees.
  • Having 100 new members in the current parliament means absolutely nothing to nearly half of Jordanians (47%).
  •  (58%) of Jordanians expect their representatives in the constituency parliament to provide services and help in finding jobs and appointments, while only (19%) expect them to take on legislative and government oversight roles.
  •  A third of Jordanians (34%) do not know the name of any of the current members of Parliament.