Another poll, this time after the incident with the video of New Democracy MP Takis Baltakos and Golden Dawn MP Ilias Kasidiaris, shows the impact that these revelations had on the voting intentions of the Greek people both for the European and for the potential parliamentary elections.
According to the poll, Greek people consider the case of Takis Baltakos to be of great significance and this is reflected in the rates. About 42.9 percent consider it very important, 15.9 percent quite important while 14 percent consider it has little significance and 16.6 percent with no significance.
Regarding the statements of PASOK, that right-wing pockets who undermine the governmental policy are included in the government, 60.8 percent agrees with this view while 30 percent disagree.
On the other hand, 48.6 percent disagrees with SYRIZA’s stance requesting the resignation of the Ministers of Justice and Public Order, Mr. Athanasiou and Dendias, versus 42.8 percent of people who agree.
Moreover, 57 percent of those polled disagree with the Independent Greeks’ view that the government should resign after the revelations about Takis Baltakos.
In the question about who people consider the most appropriate as Prime Minister, Antonis Samaras led with 42.7 percent while Alexis Tsipras is at 27.2 percent. However, 29.4 percent of those polled answered NO ONE.
Particularly impressive are the findings of the poll on Giorgos Papandreou, which show that the vast majority of the Greek people (82.1 percent) hope that Giorgos Papandreou retires from politics, 11.3 percent hope he remains in PASOK and 2.7 percent hope that he creates his own political party.
Vote Intention for the European Elections
Vote Intention for the Parliamentary Elections