Opinion Poll survey: New Democracy maintains 11.6 percentage point lead over SYRIZA, KINAL on the rise
Amidst SYRIZA’s constant calls for snap elections, 63 percent of respondents oppose that prospect. The majority of respondents favour single-party New Democracy rule, and if that is not feasible a New Democracy-KINAL coalition.
Livanos apologises for his stance when Sparta Mayor Petros Doukas said ND bought off votes in 2007
Doukas said that the ND government, of which he was a member, after the deadly 2007 Ilia wildfire, was trailing in the polls before the general election but turned the tables by handing out money right and left - compensation [3,000 euros] for the fire-stricken.
SYRIZA trails ruling New Democracy by 9.2 percentage points in new GPO poll
The polling numbers of both New Democracy and Syriza have declined over the last six months precisely due to KINAL’s rise after its new leader, Nikos Androulakis, was elected in December. New Democracy has lost four percentage points since September.
GPO: SYRIZA trails New Democracy by over ten percentage points
As for the reaction to the recent election of KINAL leader Nikos Androulakis, 67.1 percent of respondents viewed it as a positive development for KINAL, while 51.3 percent consider that it will lead to a restructuring of Greece’s political terrain.
MRB poll: ND maintains double-digit lead over SYRIZA, KINAL’s support rising
When asked which party would you prefer to be elected in the next general election, whenever it may be held, New Democracy was picked by 35.8 percent of respondents (39 percent in June), and SYRIZA was named by 29.7 percent (31.1 percent in June).
Μovement for Change approves six candidacies in party leadership race, candidates feverishly regroup
Papandreou’s candidacy threw the electoral process into a tailspin, with one candidate (MP Vasilis Kegeroglou) withdrawing from the race and the other candidates feverishly revising their strategies and regrouping.
War of words between ND, SYRIZA over Pyatt’s ‘surprise’ at SYRIZA’s stance on US-Greece defence accord
Main opposition SYRIZA slammed the government over the provision that after the five-year extension agreed to now, the MDCA will be automatically be renewed indefinitely, unless one of the parties withdraws from the agreement.