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Greece’s Gov’t mulls new support plan as anger over energy prices grows

Alerted by the citizens’ anger over the energy prices and the increasing cost of living the conservative government is promising to come up with a new national support plan for the benefit of households and businesses. The plan is expected to be implemented in June. The national plan will be …

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Two days before elections: SYRIZA leads in six polls

Left-wing SYRIZA constantly leads in all polls conducted a couple of days before the crucial elections on Sunday. Its difference to Nea Dimokratia is 4.4%-10%. However, pollsters “see” no majority government so far. On the other hand, the rates of undecided still remains between 9% and 10%.   Poll GPO …

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Polls: SYR 31.2%, ND 27%; shocking 2-digit difference in Athens and Thessaloniki

Left-wing SYRIZA increases its rate towards Nea Dimokratia in a poll conducted across the country and published five days before the elections on Sunday. At the same time, SYRIZA sweeps in Athens and Thessaloniki, the areas with the biggest electorates. The B’ Athens and in both A’ and B’ Thessaloniki …

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Greek elections: Latest polls and estimated seats distributions

Left-wing SYRIZA increases its rates towards conservative Nea Dimokratia in the several polls published five days before the elections on Sunday. The growing rate difference 4%-6.5% is been justified with the rate of former ND-voters (elections 2012) who tend to cast a vote for SYRIZA. Pollsters estimate that 3% of …

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One week before Greek elections: SYRIZA leads in latest polls

One week before the parliamentary elections and left-wing SYRIZA leads in all polls published on Sunday newspapers with difference rate to Nea Dimokratia being 3.1% – 5%. To Potami seems to secure the third position, while Golden Dawn seems to move downwards.  To Kinima, the party of former prime minister …

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Greek Elections 2012 – Campaign Over, Now What?

The election campaing is over.  Both sides are exhausted. The voters due to the permanent bombing of political spots and endless discussions on radio and TV. The political parties and the candidates after a short but stressful and active three-weeks long campaign period. Decided voters are eager to go and …

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