According to the latest survey published by IMAS, Moldovans expect the country's stability as politicians promised in the election campaign.
68% of survey participants oppose the snap election while 30% of them agree with that idea.
The rest decline to answer or are indecisive.
Moreover, 66% of participants claim snap elections to harm the country and 29% of them are optimistic about this political idea.
Asked which expectations for new parliament, most Moldovans answer higher pensions and wages, enhanced roads and job creation.
The survey was conducted at the PDM request from 17 March to 5 April 2019 on a sample of 1110 respondents. The margin of error is three percent. PDM wanted to find out how citizens are looking at post-election realities in the country.