According to a Sociopol survey, Romanians are still not very interested in elections, only 30% of them, and 41% would chose the Social-Democratic Party (PSD).
The estimated turnout would be 47%, almost similar to the previous surveys, gandul.info informs.
PSD ranks first in preferences with 41%, followed by PNL – 20%, whereas ALDE becomes the third party by importance with 12%.
Next are Dacian Coilos’s ‘Romania Together Movement’ and USR, both with 7%.
Victor Ponta’s Pro Romania Party has reached the 5% threshold for the first time, UDMR – 4%, PER – 2% and PMP – 1%, the Sociopol survey reads.
Other parties, such as PRU and PRM would get less than 1%.
Sociopol, an institute coordinated by sociologist Mirel Palada, has conducted the survey on a sample of 917 people, during June 22-26, 2018. The error margin is of +/-3%.