Kapa Research: ND Ahead by 5.2%, Zoe Konstantopoulou Makes it Back to the Parliament

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The latest poll by Kapa Research published in the Sunday edition of “Vima” newspaper, presents two interesting facts regarding the political scene in Greece.

The poll showed that Zoe Kontantopoulou‘s newly founded party “Pleusi Elefterias” (Course of Freedom) makes it in the Parliament with 3.2%, while Nea Dimokratia is ahead of SYRIZA by 5.2%.

More specifically, Nea Democratia gets 30.8%, while SYRIZA is at 25.6%.

Kapa Research’s poll counts the power of parties regarding voting intention. The complete results show the parties’ percentages as follows:

SYRIZA: 25.6%
ND: 30.8%
Golden Dawn: 8.7%
PASOK-DIMAR: 7.4%
KKE: 7.4%
To Potami: 2%
ANEL: 3.4%
Centrists Union: 4.6%
Popular Unity: 1.8%
National Unity: 1.6%
Course of Freedom: 3.2%
Other Parties: 2.4%

The undecided vote is at high levels of 32.4% while 42.8% of the participants said that they are thinking of changing their vote, regardless of what party they voted for in previous elections.

In addition, regarding the question as to who is the most suitable prime minister, even though Kyriakos Mitsotakis is slightly ahead of Alexis Tsipras, the majority of the participants responded “no one.”