July 22, 2024

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New Poll: Difference between ND and SYRIZA is more than 17 points

big First start New Democracy positions itself against Syriza European electionsEven if it seems to lose points from the percentages achieved in the polls.

According to GPO survey on Parapolitics, new democracy is gathering 33,3% of Vote Rating Vs 15.6%, At the same time as gathered by SYRIZA, PASOK appears 3rd with 13.2%.

Vote evaluation

  • New Democracy: 33.3%
  • Syriza: 15.6%
  • PASOK: 13.2%
  • KKE: 8.6%
  • Greek Solution: 8.6%
  • Success: 3.6%
  • Freedom of penetration: 3.2%
  • MeRA25: 2.2%
  • New Left: 3%
  • Democrats: 2.6%
  • Voice of Reason: 2.3%
  • and 3.8%

Voting intention

  • New Democracy 29%
  • SYRIZA 13.6%
  • PASOK 11.5%
  • KKE 7.5%
  • Greek solution 7.5%
  • Success 3.1%
  • Freedom Sailing 2.8%
  • New Left 2.6%
  • Democrats 2.3%
  • Reason voice 2%.

34.3% prefer to send a negative message to the government

  • 45.9% of the respondents said they would support the party they usually choose, 34.3% wanted to send a message of disapproval to the government and 14.6% said they supported the government.
  • Regarding how citizens evaluate Mitsotakis’s visit to Turkey, 46.4% give a positive sign and positive, while 46.2% respond negatively and negatively.
  • Regarding whether Greece should toughen its approach to Skopje after the leadership change, 75% say yes and probably yes, and 19% say no. As for whether the government should renegotiate the Prespa agreement, 51.5% say yes and probably yes, and 40.6% say no and probably not.

Favorites

On the question of who you will vote for among the ND MEP candidates, Eliza Vosenberg leads with 33.5% preference, Giorgos Atias 27.7%, Vangelis Meimarakis 21.8%, Freddy Peleris 17 .5%, Stelios Kaimbourabous 16.9%, Manolis Kefalogiannis 15.1%, Pyrros Dimas 14.2% Honora Meleti 11.2% and Maria Spyrakis 10.1%.

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Regarding the criteria influencing their vote in the European elections, 57.6% said it was accuracy and the state of the economy, 12.5% ​​the accident in Tempe, 9.6% foreign policy, 8.8% security in everyday life. , 6% on same-sex marriage and 1% on the issue of wiretapping.