Av­er­age of polls puts ND 13.2 points ahead

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An av­er­age of the find­ings of four re­cent opin­ion polls car­ried out by dif­fer­ent com­pa­nies shows the co-rul­ing left­ist SYRIZA to be trail­ing the main con­ser­va­tive op­po­si­tion New Democ­racy by 13.2 per­cent­age points. ND has gained in pop­u­lar­ity – from 27.3 per­cent in early 2016 to 30.7 per­cent sat the start of 2017 and to 31.6 per­cent now – while SYRIZA has dropped – from 23.1 per­cent at the start of 2016 to 18.5 per­cent in early 2017 and to 18.4 per­cent to­day. The dif­fer­ence be­tween the two par­ties has risen to 13.2 per­cent­age points – up from 4.2 per­cent in early 2016 and 12.2 per­cent early this year. The poll av­er­age also points to neoNazi Golden Dawn dip­ping slightly to 7.6 per­cent, while the Com­mu­nist Party ri­vals it for third place with 7.4 per­cent, fol­lowed by PASOK with 7.2 per­cent. As re­gards SYRIZA’s slide, polling ex­perts es­ti­mate that it is likely to sta­bi­lize now, notwith­stand­ing a ma­jor po­lit­i­cal, eco­nomic or so­cial up­set.

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