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Majority think MRT is not well run, and are not confident things will improve soon: Survey

Majority think MRT is not well run, and are not confident things will improve soon: Survey

Published22 November, 2017
Updated 22 November, 2017

SINGAPORE — A poll conducted by a market research company has found that public confidence in the MRT system has been severely dented by several high-profile disruptions recently, with 65 per cent of respondents saying they do not think the system is well run.

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Re: Majority think MRT is not well run, and are not confident things will improve soon: Survey

Most Singaporeans doubt they have been told the truth about MRT issues: survey

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Yahoo News Singapore23 November 2017


A majority of Singaporeans polled doubt that they have been given the full picture about the issues plaguing the MRT, according to a new survey by market research company Blackbox Research.

Some 57 per cent of the 1,000 Singaporeans polled – who are aged 15 and above – said they are not at all confident or not very confident that they have been kept informed and told the truth about current problems with the rail system.

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