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Majority of Barbadians Still Do Not Approve of Direction Being Taken by Government

The opinion of Barbadians regarding the direction in which the Mia Mottley government is taking the country remains unchanged. That is according to the final results of our poll which…

More Barbadians Uncertain of Direction Being Taken by Government

There has been an increase in the relative percentage of people expressing uncertainty regarding the direction in which the Mia Mottley government is taking the country. This is one of…

Barbados National Debt: Why it Matters to You Part 4

The Barbados Government is looking to borrow yet more money. This is the logical implication of the Debt Conversion (Counter-Guarantee) Bill 2022 that was passed in the house on 23…

Barbados 2022 General Election Results and the Road Ahead

Lightning has once again struck the Barbados parliament leaving Mia Amor Mottley with another clean sweep of the seats in the 30 member House of Assembly and the prime ministership…

Election 2022: Barbados Uncensored Online Survey Analysis

Introduction In the 2022 election, the four most important issues for Barbadians are (1) national debt, (2) corruption in government (3) quality of service from government departments and (4) employment.…

Barbados’ National Debt: Why It Matters to You Part 2

At the current (2020) debt burden as measured by the Debt to GDP ratio, Barbados has to find $57 more for every $100 dollars it earns to service its debt.…

Barbados’ National  Debt: Why It Matters to You Part 1

As of the end of 2020 every Barbadian owed USD $23,170 dollars or $46,340 Barbados dollars to both internal (local) and external creditors. That is what the term “national debt…

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