The most trusted leader of a political party is Peter Pellegrini, the chairman of the opposition Voice-SD party with almost 35 percent of respondents stating they definitely or rather trust him, indicates a survey conducted by Polis Slovakia. On the other hand less than 60 percent of people do not trust him at all. Second Robert Fico of the opposition Smer-SD party was trusted by 32 percent and distrusted 63 percent, third came Boris Kollár of the Sme rodina party (trusted by less than a quarter of respondents), followed by Slovak National Party chair Andrej Danko (trusted by less than 20 percent), Richard Sulík of SaS (almost 18 percent), Milan Uhrík of the far right Republic (less than 16 percent), Tomáš Taraba of the Život-národa party (15 percent), acting Informatisation Minister Veronika Remišová, chair of Za ľudí party (11.7 percent).
The most distrusted politician, according to the survey participants, is Igor Matovič, chairman of the OĽaNO movement. Less than 8 per cent of respondents trusted him, but 86.4 per cent of respondents distrusted him, while 72.9 per cent strongly distrusted him. The second most distrusted politician after Matovič was the chairman of ĽSNS, Marián Kotleba, who was trusted by 9.9 percent of respondents, but almost 85 percent of respondents expressed their distrust in him.
The survey was conducted by Polis Slovakia for the SITA news agency between 28 January and 1 February 2023 on a sample of 1,002 respondents over 18 years of age.