Liberals top parliamentary elections chart
The National Liberal Party (PNL) ranks first on Romanians’ voting intentions at parliamentary elections followed by the Social Democrat Party (PSD), National Union for Romania’s Progress (UNPR) and UDMR, according to the latest INSCOP barometer commissioned by Adevarul daily and conducted during September 10-15.
PNL tops the chart with 44 percent, although it dropped compared to 44.5 pc in July and 44.7 pc in April. PSD ranks second with 35 pc, also dropping compared to 37.1 pc in July and 39.1 in April. UNPR would gather 5.1 pc of the votes, VP Gabriel Oprea’s progressive party being counted for the first time separately from PSD.
The Democrat Union of the Magyars in Romania comes fourth with 5 pc, slightly decreasing from July- 5.1 pc and April-5.2 pc.
INSCOP survey reveals that the party of the Senate Speaker Calin Popescu Tariceanu, ALDE, would get 2.6 pc, the People Movement Party (PMP)- 2.4 and Mircea Geoana’s PSRO-2 pc. MEP Monica Macovei’s M10 would also gather 2 pc of the votes.
23 pc represent the undecided category, while 9.3 pc of respondents said they would not go to polls.