ND leads by over 10 points in latest poll against SYRIZA

21 September 2018
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Major opposition party New Democracy (ND) has built a double-digit lead over ruling SYRIZA in the latest poll by Pulse for Skai TV.
According to the poll and a deduction on the valid ballots, ND got 33.5%, compared with 23% of SYRIZA.
On the question of which party the respondents believed would win the elections, ND leads by 33 percentage points, while 7 out of 10 judges the government actions as negative. 60% say “no” to the Prespa Agreement with FYROM on the Macedonian name dispute issue.

Extreme right Golden Dawn (GD) had 7.5% of preferences, the Change Movement got 7% and the Communist Party (KKE) with 6%.

The data also showed the leader of ND, Kyriakos Mitsotakis held a 10-point lead over PM Alexis Tsipras on the question of who you considered to be most suitable for PM with 34% of approval rating against 24% of Tsipras.

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