This report explores public opinion towards the economic and political situation in Tunisia, drawing on data provided by the latest Arab Opinion Index conducted in the summer of 2022. It highlights a pessimism about the economic situation of the country, which influences perceptions of the state generally, coupled with grim attitudes towards the political institutions in place. The report discusses trust in political institutions, namely, parliament, political parties, and the government, attempting to make sense of the increasing trust in government alongside decreasing confidence in representative bodies. It notes a political crisis indicated by low confidence in the political institutions of the country and increasingly critical attitudes towards a democratic political system. While democracy remains a favourable political system for most Tunisians, many are disenchanted with the political scene, leading them to support a government that is reversing the democratic transition. It concludes, however, that continued support for Kais Saied’s government will hinge on his ability to execute economic improvements.