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Nasik Swami
Saturday, August 19, 2017

THE Fijian Government is performing well.

This month's Tebbutt-Times poll revealed strong approval for the Government from the Fijian people, with 75 per cent approving of its performance in running the country. The approval comprised of 39 per cent who said the Government was doing a "very good job", and 37 per cent who said it was doing "a good job".

According to the poll conducted between July 31 and August 3, 2017, Fijians of Indian descent gave a significantly higher approval rating (87 per cent approval, with 47 per cent strong approval) than iTaukei (69 per cent approval, evenly divided between "a very good job" and "a good job").

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