At 7.1 points, the GPO registered the difference between ND and SYRIZA in the poll presented in the main bulletin of the Star. ND appears with an increase compared to the November measurement of the same company – to 33.3% from 32.4% – while SYRIZA also shows an increase from 25.6% to 26.2%.
49.4% express a positive opinion of Kyriakos Mitsotakis, while for Alexis Tsipras the corresponding percentage is at 37.9% and for Nikos Androulakis at 33.8%, however PASOK again appears in a single digit percentage in the voting intention (as in the last measurement of Metron Analysis) without reference to the valid ones. On the contrary, the percentages of the KKE appear increased to 6.3% – a little over half a unit -.
In terms of eligibility for prime minister, the difference between Mitsotakis and Tsipras rises to 12.1 points, while the victory figure is 39.9 points, which means that there are practically no chances of an upset in the first place.
It is noted that both MeRA25 and the “Kassidiari party” are recorded with low percentages in the intention to vote – with 2.2% and 1.8% respectively – which points to reduced chances of entering the Parliament.
The majority wants self-reliance
Regarding the first Sunday of the elections, it has now increased to 50.9% who prefer a second election, with 45.9% opting for the formation of a coalition government, if self-reliance is not achieved. It is noted that in November, the GPO recorded 49.8% of citizens who chose a government of cooperation. Despite the fact that citizens say they will go to the polls “with the energy crisis in mind”, the ND government is viewed positively by 50.4% of voters, while 51.5% say things would be worse with the SYRIZA government. An important role in the citizens’ vote, as they say, will also be played by the person they consider most suitable for the prime ministership, as well as the issue of the development of the economy.
Ministers with positive work
Nikos Dendias, Kyriakos Pierrakakis, Takis Theodorikakos, Adonis Georgiadis and Christos Staikouras complete the top five ministers with positive work, while Nikos Panagiotopoulos, Vassilis Kikilias, Makis Voridis, Kostis Hatzidakis and Kostas Skrekas are also in the top ten.