An IMAS survey, conducted upon the request of Europa FM radio private broadcaster, reveals the voting intentions for the elections in May for European Parliament.
The question is about ‘whom would you vote for if elections take place next Sunday?’
The Social-Democratic Party is down to 16.4% (down from 17.4% in January), almost the same score as main opposition party PNL with 16.3% (up from 15.2% in January).
Other parties: ALDE – 8.5%, Pro Romania – 8.6%, USR – 7.2%, UDMR – 3.4%, PMP 1.7%. Some 25% do not know or do not want to vote and another 6% say they will not go to the ballot.
Elections for European Parliament will take place in Romania on May 26, 2019.
In the race for President, due at the end of next year, Klaus Iohannis ranks first with 41.4%, followed by Calin Popescu Tariceanu 18%, Victor Ponta 15%, Dacian Ciolos 11.7%, Liviu Dragnea 6%.
For general elections the voting intentions are heading to PSD 16%, PNL 16.2%, ALDE 8.5%, Pro Romania 8.6%, USR 7.2%, PLUS 5.5%, UDMR 3.4%, PMP 2.4%.
The survey was conducted by IMAS upon the request of Europa FM on a sample of 1,010 people aged 18 and over, during February 1-21, 2019. The interviews were conducted by phone using CATI (Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing) method. The margin of error is +/- 3%. The sample is probabilistic, multilayered, with random extraction of the person.