Vote estimate in new poll gives ND 10.2 percentage point lead over SYRIZA

In terms of voter intention, the spread between SYRIZA and New Democracy is 7.7 percentage points.

Greeks going to the polls to vote for the second round of the Local elections in Thessaloniki, Greece on June 2, 2019 / Πολίτες ψηφίζουν για τον δεύτερο γύρο των Δημοτικών Εκλογών, Θεσσαλονίκη, 2 Ιουνίου 2019

New Democracy has gained ground over SYRIZA since its landslide victory in the 26 May European Parliament poll and now has a double-digit lead over the ruling party, according to the vote estimate in a poll that was released today by Metron Analysis and was ordered by Alpha television.

The vote estimate taking the low projections gives New Democracy a 10.2 percentage point lead over SYRIZA (42.4 percent versus 32.2 percent).

Notably, 52 percent of respondents preferred a coalition government while 45 percent expressed a preference for single-party rule.

The vote estimates for the six parties that are expected to cross the three percent threshold for entering parliament are:

New Democracy: 37-42.4 percent

SYRIZA: 27-32.2 percent

Movement for Change (Pasok- based): 6.2-9.2 percent

KKE Greek Communist Party: 3.6-6 percent

Golden Dawn: 3.5-5.9 percent

Mera 25/Diem 25: 2.5-4.5 percent

A whopping 82 percent expect New Democracy to win the general election and only eight percent expect a SYRIZA victory.

Voter intention

In terms of voter intention of those who declared they have decided which party they will vote for, the spread between SYRIZA and New Democracy is 7.7 percentage points. The numbers are as follows:

New Democracy: 31.2 percent

SYRIZA: 23.5 percent

Movement for Change: 6.1 percent

KKE Greek Communist Party:  3.8 percent

Golden Dawn: 3.6 percent

Mera25/Diem25: 2.8 percent

Elliniki Lysi (Greek Solution): 1.7 percent

Party leader ratings

The positive ratings of party leaders are as follows:

Kyriakos Mitsotakis: 46.0 percent

Dimitris Koutsoumbas: 36 percent

Alexis Tsipras: 34 percent

Yanis Varoufakis: 34 percent

Helios Kiosk