Alco and Marc survey results put ahead ND 7.7% to 8.7%

Greece
Wed, 28 Sep 2022 11:56 GMT
The ruling New Democracy Party outstrips SIRIZA, the main opposition party, by 7.7 percent to 8.7 percent, according to the results of two polls by the Alco and Marc polling firms.
Alco and Marc survey results put ahead ND 7.7% to 8.7%

The ruling New Democracy Party outstrips SIRIZA, the main opposition party, by 7.7 percent to 8.7 percent, according to the results of two polls by the Alco and Marc polling firms.

The results of Alco's research for Alpha television were published in the main news bulletin last night. According to Alco's results, the New Democracy party is ahead of SIRIZA by a 7.7 percent margin.

According to the results of Alco, 6 political parties succeed in entering the parliament.

The voting rates they received are as follows: NDP: 30.6 percent (from 27.5 percent), SIRIZA 22.9 percent (from 20.5 percent), PASOK 11.6 percent (from 10.4 percent), KKE 5 percent .4, Greek Solution 4.2 percent and MePA25 3.1 percent.

According to the Alco survey results, “Which leader do you trust?” Kyriakos Mitsotakis received 29 percent of the vote, and Alexis Tsipras received 20 percent in the answers to the question.

According to the Alco results, 36 percent believed things would get worse in Greece with the SIRIZA government and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, while 23% thought it would get better and 28% said it would be the same.

According to the results of the same survey, the rate of those who voted for the government alone was 37 percent, while the rate of those who voted for the coalition was announced as 49 percent.

According to the Marc survey results published in ANT1's main news bulletin, YDP was the first party with 32 percent, while SYRIZA in the main opposition garnered 24.1 percent of the vote.

The third-ranked PASOK party received 11.4 percent of the vote. The Communist Party (KKE), entered the parliament with 5.4 percent. The Greek Solution Party gets 4.1 percent. The MeRA25, who could not enter the parliament with the rate of votes they received, was 2.8 percent and Greeks party only 2 percent.

According to the results of this survey, while 49 percent voted for coalitions, the rate of those who were in favor of governments alone was announced as 37 percent.

Almost one out of every two people voted for Mitsotakis with 48.5 percent to rule the country, while 31.1 percent preferred Tsipras.

According to the answers given to the question of the ideal prime minister, Mitsotakis remained the leader with 48.6%. It was noted that for the first time, PASOK leader Androulakis was ahead of Tsipras. Androulakis was second with 35.8 percent and Tsipras was third with 35.3 percent.

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