New Democracy is 6.5 percentage points ahead of SYRIZA in the latest opinion poll, while 41% of Greeks believe the Brexit will have negative repercussions for Greece.
In the poll conducted by Pulse on behalf of Action 24 TV channel, the conservative party chief Kyriakos Mitsotakis is considered more suitable for prime minister than SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras.
Specifically, on the intention to vote question, the results were:
Golden Dawn 6.5%
Democratic Coalition 5.5%
Centrists Union 3%
To potami 2.5%
Plefsi Eleftherias 2.5%
Other Parties 3.5%
No answer 3%
In the question who is going to win the election, 52% of participants said New Democracy versus 29% who believe SYRIZA will win. Also Kyriakos Mitsotakis is considered as more suitable for prime minister by 29% of participants compared to 22% who prefer Alexis Tsipras.
In the question of how they evaluate the agreement with lenders, 78% of participants have a negative view (17% positive), while to the question whether the current economic policy would lead to growth, 79% answered “no” while only 16% answered “yes.”
Regarding the recent referendum that brings Great Britain out of the European Union, 45% of respondents believe it will have a negative impact on Europe and its peoples, 27% view it as a positive move, while 16% appeared neutral.
On the possible consequences of the Brexit in Greece, 41% of respondents think it is a negative development, 25% find the Brexit neutral for Greece and 20% see it as a positive development for Greece.