PSD and PNL neck and neck for European elections, INSCOP survey reads


PSD and PNL are almost at the same level in terms of voting intentions for the elections for European Parliament this spring, a national INSCOP Research survey reads.

The survey was conducted during March 5-13, 2019 upon the request of Konrad Adenauer Foundation, a release quoted by informs.

The share of those saying will go to the ballot has increased against the previous month to 26.9%, whereas 11.8% say they would most likely vote.

On the other hand, 29.7% say they haven’t decided whom to vote for, while 58.5% have a clear option.

Voting intentions: PSD – 26.9%, PNL – 26.3%, USR-PLUS Alliance – 15.3%, ALDE – 9.3%, Pro Romania – 9.1%, UDMR – 5%, PMP – 4.4%, PNTCD – 1.1%, UNPR – 1%, the INSCOP survey reads.

If only those who are certain to go to the ballot and those who are almost certain are considered, the voting intentions would be: PSD – 29.1%, PNL – 27.1%, USD-PLUS Alliance – 17.7%, Pro Romania – 8.1%, ALDE – 7.9% and UDMR – 5.2%.

The survey was conducted based on a questionnaire by operators, at the respondents’ domicile, on a multi-stratified sample of 1,053 persons. Maximum admitted error is of +/-3%, with a confidence degree of 95%.

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