The June survey allocated some of its space for opinions of respondents on situation of the owners of small and medium size enterprises. The results show that two fifths (41%) consider the objections raised by the concerned groups to be justified. 28% think the opposite and almost a third (31%) do not feel to be competent to judge. Those respondents who believe that the objections raised by entrepreneurs were justified also commented on the question if certain bodies should help to solve their problems.
Respondents felt that the state (91%), ministries (92%) and entrepreneur associations (91%) should provide support. On the other hand they find the assistance of political parties (41%), informal social networks and entrepreneurs, and lobby groups (36%) least suitable.