According to the poll, if elections were to be held next Sunday, the ruling SYRIZA party would still be leading with 33.6% of the vote ahead of New Democracy that follows with 17.8%.
However, SYRIZA’s junior coalition partner Independent Greeks (ANEL) would not be in the next parliament, according to the poll. The party would get just 2.8% of the vote, therefore falling short of the 3% mark, which is the minimum for entry in the Greek Parliament.
The Centrists’ Union, under long-time leader Vasilis Leventis, would sit in parliament for the first time with a 3.3% vote.
“To Potami” would be the third biggest party with 6.1% of the vote, followed by Golden Dawn with 5.3% and the Greek Communist Party (KKE) with 4.2%. According to the poll, PASOK, which was part of the last Greek government, would barely make the cut with 3.6% of the vote.
61% of respondents approved Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras‘ performance thus far. 36% found that Tsipras has not done well during the first six months of his term. In February, just 15% of respondents had a negative assessment of the Prime Minister.
Although 78% said they want to remain in the Eurozone and 63% believe that Tsipras was right to make a bailout deal with international creditors, 83% believe that the deal does not reflect the “No” vote result of the July 5 referendum.
Furthermore, 35% were satisfied with the new Greek cabinet, while 34% found it worse than the previous one and 16% thought there is no difference between the two.