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Radičová and Fico most trusted

PRIME Minister Iveta Radičová and her predecessor Robert Fico are thought of as the most serious and trustworthy politicians by Slovaks, according to an opinion poll conducted by the MVK polling agency between November 15 and 22.

PRIME Minister Iveta Radičová and her predecessor Robert Fico are thought of as the most serious and trustworthy politicians by Slovaks, according to an opinion poll conducted by the MVK polling agency between November 15 and 22.

Each survey respondent could list the names of three politicians that he or she considered trustworthy and serious. Radičová was chosen by 34.5 percent, followed by Fico with 30.6 percent and President Ivan Gašparovič with 15.4 percent.

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