Monday , September 26 2022
Home / Tag Archives: public opinion poll

Tag Archives: public opinion poll

Greece’s next Parliament may emerge with six or seven parties, in new composition

A six- or seven-party Parliament is expected to emerge after the general elections in Greece on July 7th, even if with different composition than after the last elections. This is the prediction based on public opinion polls just a week before the elections. According to the poll, New Democracy still …

Read More »

New Democracy leads with 6.5% against SYRIZA ahead of EU elections

A week before the European and local elections in Greece, main opposition party conservative New Democracy leads with 6.5% against ruling party SYRIZA. It is worth noting that still a few weeks ago, the gap between ND and SYRIZA was at a double-digit level. According to a public opinion poll …

Read More »

Gap between SYRIZA and ND narrows in latest public opinion poll

The gap between ruling left-wing SYRIZA and main opposition party conservative New Democracy is narrowing, according to the most recent public opinion poll. The gap has decreased to 4.7% from 4.9% in a poll in February conducted by the same company. At the same time, Tsipras’ junior coalition partner Independent …

Read More »

Surprise poll: SYRIZA – ND difference smaller, 5 parties in Parliament

A public opinion poll with surprise results: The difference between left-wing SYRIZA and conservative main opposition party New Democracy is getting smaller. At the same time, should elections be held next Sunday, only five political parties would manage to pass the threshold of 3% and enter the Palriament. According to …

Read More »

Majority of Greeks reject “Macedonia” in FYROM name, as thousands flock to Thessaloniki rally

Despite the government optimism about a solution to the name dispute with the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the majority of Greeks reject compromises that include the term ‘Macedonia’, thus increasing pressure on the left-wing/nationalist coalition on political and diplomatic level. In a public opinion poll conducted by Metron Analysis …

Read More »

A poll that makes Greeks laugh: New Democracy 42%, SYRIZA 18%

This is a political public opinion poll of the …special kind.  Conducted by Public Issue, the pol gives the main opposition party conservative New Democracy 42% and governing left-wing SYRIZA 18%. This 42% is extraordinary for a poll result even if Greeks swear at SYRIZA from morning till the evening …

Read More »

Public poll: ND leads with 27.5%, SYRIZA follows with 17.5%

Main opposition party, conservative New Democracy has gained immense support when compared to the ruling left-wing SYRIZA. In a public opinion poll conducted by the Aristotle University in Thessaloniki for private Skai TV the results are: New Democracy 27.5% SYRIZA 17.5% Golden Dawn 7.5% PASOK 5.5% KKE 5.5% Centrists’ union …

Read More »

Poll: New Democracy leads, 47% want “Early Elections”

Main opposition party, conservative New Democracy continues to lead in public opinion polls with party leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis to keep repeating on 24/7-basis: “This Syriza government is incapable.”  The propaganda works: 47% of Greeks want early elections and – surprise! – among them also SYRIZA voters. Third party remains the …

Read More »

Opinion Poll: Conservative ND 3.7% ahead of ruling SYRIZA

Conservative New Democracy leads with 3.7% ahead of ruling party left-wing SYRIZA. In a public opinion poll conducted 4-11 February 2016. third party in respondents’ preference is Communist KKE however with a difference of more than 17 percent. Public opinion poll conducted by MRB:     ND 26.9% SYRIZA 23.2% KKE …

Read More »

Survey: 48% support SYRIZA, 54% approve Gov’t negotiations attitude

Despite all odds. Despite all pressure and “bankruptcy” threats and blackmails. 48% of Greeks support left-wing SYRIZA and 54% approve the government’s approach in negotiations with lenders, while 58% want that the Government does not step back under the creditors’ pressure. The majority of respondents reject the additional austerity measures …

Read More »