Unspecified vote “wins” first place in latest opinion poll for euroelections in Greece

Unspecified vote “wins” first place in latest opinion poll for euroelections in Greece

 

Review Hari Stefanatos

A large portion of the Greek voters remain undecided on who they will vote on the european elections, as can be seen from the latest opinion poll that was conducted by the survey company Public Issue on behalf of the newspaper, “Efimerida ton Syntakton”. As it turns out the winner proved to be the undecided with 41%, while both New Democracy and main opposition, SYRIZA, receive 15.5% of the votes.

The unspecified vote referrers to the undecided, those who do not vote, blank and invalid votes.

Stavros Theodorakis’ new political party, “The River”, comes third behind the two main contenders with 7% of the votes, while it takes about the same percentage of voters from all the other parties.

The Greek Communist party (KKE) follows with 5%, Golden Dawn with 4.5%, and PASOK 3.5%. The Independent Greeks represent 2.5% of the voters preference, DIMAR takes 1.5%, while the other parties are at 4%.

The poll was conducted by telephone from 4 to 10 March.

(Source AMNA, Protothema)