Greece

Last opinion polls suggest 10 party parliament


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The last opinion polls allowed under Greek election law before the 6th May poll were published yesterday in three newspapers.

The three polls were Kapa for Ta Nea, Marc for Ethnos and Ross for Eleftheros Typos according to Athens News.

The three polls when averaged up give the following percentages of the vote for each party:

New Democracy (ND) centre right; 23.8% (33.48%)
Panhellenic Socialist Movement (PASOK) centre left; 18% (43.92%)
Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA) anti-capitalist left wing; 10.1% (4.6%)
Communist Party of Greece (KKE) left wing; 9.5% (7.54%)
Independent Greeks (ANEL) a new party, right wing anti-loan deal; 9.2%
Democratic Left (DIMAR) a new party, pro-European centre left; 7.5%
Golden Dawn (XA) far right; 4.9%
Popular Orthodox Rally (LAOS), Eurosceptic far right; 3.9% (5.63%)
Ecologist Greens; 3.5% (2.53%)
Democratic Alliance (DISY) a new party, centrist; 3.3%.

There are, however, around 25% of the population still undecided how they will vote. The next two weeks campaigning will be critical in gaining their support.

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