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The Hellenic Radio (ERA): News in English, 09-03-07

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From: The Hellenic Radio (ERA) <www.ert.gr/>

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  • [01] Citizens ask for Allied Governments and Consensus

  • [01] Citizens ask for Allied Governments and Consensus

    MRB gallop recorded for "Typos tis Kyriakis" newspaper recorded that consensus is the demand for the majority of citizens. According to the gallop, PASOK is on the lead with 3,8%. If elections were to take place tomorrow, New Democracy would gather 29,3% of votes, PASOK 33,1%, KKE 7,5%, SYRIZA 6,7% and LAOS 4,3%. MRB gallop shows that 78% of people asked prefer a government of co operation while 39,6% a parliamentary seat majority and autonomous government.

    More specifically, 29,3% of citizens would vote for ND, 32,1% for PASOK, 7,5% for KKE, 8,4% for SYRIZA and 5,9% for LAOS. Undecided voters rise to 13,3%. The Prime Minister was voted again as the most appropriate prime minister gathering 39,5% against 34,9% gathered by PASOK president. However, what must be taken into account is the fact that the measurement was conducted when political discussion between the Prime Minister and political leaders regarding political consensus and mutual handlings in the tackling of the financial crisis, was at a peak.

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