Poll: Burt’s approval on the rise
Nearly seven out of ten people approve of David Burt’s performance as Premier, according to a new survey.
The Bermuda Omnibus Survey, conducted by Total Research Associates, also shows both blacks and whites are both increasingly satisfied with Mr Burt.
It found 69 per cent of residents are satisfied with the Premier, up from 55 per cent last December.
Among blacks, 84 per cent are satisfied, up from 71 per cent six months ago. Among whites, 54 per cent are satisfied, up from 32 per cent last December.
The survey also found the economy is considered the island’s most important issue, followed by employment.
It was based on a telephone sample of 400 adults, conducted from April 4 to April 12. It is accurate to +/- 4.9 percentage points, in 19 out of 20 samples.
‘I’m fighting for my children, not for me’
Brock battling an aggressive cancer
CEO keen to help others on career path
OBA seeks reality check on entrepreneurship
Bremar recognised for Cup Match discipline
Surfing challenge at Front Street store
Designer Dill uses Bermuda inspiration
‘Castration’ seen as paedophile fix
Pension fund ‘will run out by 2049’
Man ‘lucky not to lose leg’ in fatal crash
Armed robbery at Oleander Cycles
Woman thwarts handbag thieves
Daycare centre warned its licence is at risk
‘Queen of Soul’ takes her final bow
Take Our Poll
- "Cup Match 2018 is in the record books. Who is your favourite for MVP?"
- Onias Bascome (StG)
- Chris Douglas (SCC)
- Terryn Fray (SCC)
- Stephen Outerbridge (SCC)
- Dion Stovell (SCC
- Total Votes: 1869
- Poll Archive