According to the opinion poll, 45 per cent of Romanians believe that their lives would have been better had there been no revolution, with only a little over 25 per cent believing their lives would have been worse.
Originally Posted by Imperial
I don't know who wrote/translated that article, but it is incomplete or inaccurate.
This article matches far better the articles I've read in the Romanian press about this poll:
Only 45 per cent of the respondents can be called nostalgics.
It makes only 25% of people who believe the opposite and 30% without an openion.
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