Majority of Greeks oppose Prespa Agreement, latest poll shows
A large majority of Greeks responded negatively to the question of whether they agree with the Prespa Agreement, according to a poll conducted by Metron Analysis for Sunday newspaper “To Vima tis Kyriakis”.
More specifically, 73% of the respondents said they “probably disagreed” with the Prespa Agreement, as opposed to 24% who said they probably agreed.
In terms of which party they intended to vote for in the European Elections, 27.1% answered opposition party New Democracy (ND), while 17.9% said they would support SYRIZA.
Respondents (28%) said ND leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis was more suitable to become Prime Minister, compared to 18% who picked PM Alexis Tsipras.
Regarding the support for the remaining parties Movement for Change came in third with 5.8%, followed by Golden Dawn with 5.3%, while the Communist party (KKE) received 4.8%.
You may be interested
The U.S Pentagon confirmed images of UFO’s over navy shipsPanos - Apr 14, 2021
The Pentagon has confirmed that images and videos showing unidentified flying objects buzzing over Navy warships off the coast of…
Tsitsipas moves into 16 at Monaco Masters after beating Karatsev in 2 setsPanos - Apr 14, 2021
Fourth-seeded Stefanos Tsitsipas advanced to the final 16 of the Monte Carlo Masters in Monaco after defeating Russia’s Aslan Karatsev…
Johnson & Johnson vaccine suspended in the US after blood clot cases reportedPanos - Apr 14, 2021
The US federal health services are expected to request an immediate suspension of the Johnson & Johnson Covid-19 vaccine after…