Almost a fifth of Labour voters, and the vast majority of the general voting population, believe the Prime Minister’s chief of staff Keith Schembri and Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi are corrupt, according to a scientific survey by Lovin Malta.
Schembri and Mizzi are perceived to be corrupt by more than 57% of the electorate.
Among those who voted Labour in 2017, 19.2% believe Schembri is corrupt while 19.4% believe the same about Konrad Mizzi. On the other hand, only 6.5% of PL voters doubt Joseph Muscat’s integrity, while another 23.3% for Schembri, 19.8% for Mizzi and 5.7% for Muscat said they were unsure.
When it comes to PN voters in 2017, the verdict is almost unanimous: 97.2% of PN voters believe Schembri is corrupt and 96.6% think the same about Mizzi. There is slightly less unanimity about Muscat, who is labelled corrupt by 87.4%, with 10.6% of PN voters saying they are