Boiko Borissov’s centre-right GERB party got 31.7 per cent of the votes and the Bulgarian Socialist Party-led 27.1 per cent in the May 12 2013 national parliamentary elections, according to an exit poll by Alpha Research.
The Movement for Rights and Freedoms got 11 per cent while Volen Siderov’s ultra-nationalists Ataka got 7.5 per cent, Alpha Research said.
Polling agency Sova Harris said that GERB had 31 per cent, the BSP’s Coalition for Bulgaria 25.3 per cent, the MRF 10.3 per cent and Ataka 7.3 per cent.
Agency MBMD said that GERB had 31.4 per cent, BSP 26.2 per cent, MRF 11.5 per cent and Ataka 8.2 per cent.
BBSS Gallup said GERB had 30.3 per cent, BSP 27 per cent, MRF 10.7 per cent and Ataka 7.5 per cent.