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Posted on: May 6th, 2012 by AlYunaniya Staff No Comments

Exit polls, first results show cliffhanger election in Greece

MEGA exit poll

photo: MEGA channel

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ND and PASOK parties suffered major losses in elections, exit polls showed, throwing into doubt the Eurozone country’s commitment to meeting the tough terms of its two bailouts, according to Kathimerini.

According to exit polls by opinion poll companies ALCO, MRB, Metron Analysis, Opinion and MARC for NET, Alpha, ANT1 and Mega channel, Public Issue for SKAI TV and KAPA Research for TOVIMA.gr, political parties would get:

%

ALCO, MRB, Metron Analysis, Opinion, MARC

Public Issue

KAPA Research

New Democracy

17-20

20.5-24.5

16-19

SYRIZA

15,5-18,5

14-18

15-18

PASOK

14-17%

13-17

15-18

Independent Greeks

10-12

7-10

10-12

KKE

7,5-9,5

7,5-10,5

8.5-10

Golden Dawn

6-8

5-8

5.5-7.5

Democratic Left

4,5-6,5

6-9

4.5-6.5

LAOS

2,5%-3,5

2-4

2.5-3.5

Democratic Alliance

2-2,8

1-3

2.2-3.2

Ecologists Greens

2,5-3,5

2-4

2.5-3.5

Drasi

2-2,8

1-3

1.5-2.5

Creation Again

1,9-2,5

ANTARSYA

1,2-2

 

According to MEGA channel, in a meeting held at ND headquarters just after the exit polls were announced, ND leader Antonis Samaras and his colleagues rejected the scenario of new elections; as noted, Samaras will accept the mandate by the President of the Republic and will attempt to form a government.

As regards PASOK, two main issues are under discussion: first, whether and how to participate in a coalition or a government of national unity and second, what will happen with PASOK itself. According to sources, more and more party cadres tend towards a government of national unity.

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