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Greek Public Opinion Polls: “Derby” between ND and SYRIZA

 A derby between conservative Nea Dimocratia and left-wing SYRIZA is being played and a thriller will most probably will take place on June 17  as for the results that will come out from the ballot boxes. In most of the public opinion polls ND slightly heads, while some show SYRIZA first.

1) POP conducted by Public Issue for daily Kathimerini and SKAI TV:

SYRIZA 31.5% – ND 25.5% PASOK 13.5% – DEMOCRATIC LEFT 7.5% INDEPENDENT GREEKS 5.5% – KKE 5.5% – CHRYSI AVGI 4.5%  – DRASI/CREATION AGAIN 2.5%

SYRIZA 134 seats – ND 68 – PASOK 36 -DEMLEFT 20 – KKE 15 – INDEPGREEKS 15 – CHRYSIAVGI 12

Independently from what they will vote, respondents said they believed  58% ND will win, 34% SYRIZA will. 

2) POP conducted by KAPA RESEARCH for daily TA NEA:

ND 26.1% – SYRIZA 23.6% – PASOK 9.9% – DEMOCRATIC LEFT 4.4% INDEPENDENT GREEKS 5.3% – KKE 5.7% – CHRYSI AVGI 5.1%  – DRASI/CREATION AGAIN 2.5%

 3) POP  conducted by RASS for daily Eleftheros Typos:

ND 26.5% – SYRIZA 24.2% – PASOK 9.9% – DEMOCRATIC LEFT 4.4% INDEPENDENT GREEKS 5.3% – KKE 5.7% – CHRYSI AVGI 5.1%  –

69.5% believe ND will win the elections, 27.1% SYRIZA.

4) POP conducted by MRB for news portal Real.gr :

ND 23.9% – SYRIZA 22.5% – PASOK 12.6% – DEMOCRATIC LEFT 5.7% INDEPENDENT GREEKS 6.2% – KKE 4% – CHRYSI AVGI 4.7%  –

5) POP conducted by Greek Research Organisation for weekly Paraskevi+13:

Undecided 19.2% – SYRIZA 18.3% – ND 18% – PASOK 10% -INDEPGREEKS 5.9% -DEMLEFT 5.8% – KKE 5.1%-CHRYSIAVGI 4% -other party 10%

It looks as if ND targeted anti-SYRIZA campaign focused on the dilemma “euro or drachma” has not scared all the Greek voters.

Socialist PASOK is permanently in third position with a downwards trend.

A party needs some 44% to be able to form a majority government.

POPs are not allowed to be published 2 weeks before the elections.

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  1. The poll results are very incoclusive. I can see, however, that polarization increases the chances for a majority government, despite the intense fearmongering campaign Syriza’s voters seem unabated and Venizelos’s sudden love affair with ADEDY has not helped him much. A lot of people are possibly afraid that they are going to be the next one in line for the axe.