Gallop Pulse: New Democracy leads SYRIZA by 7.5% - Mitsotakis dominates the centre

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Alexis Tsipras New Democracy SYRIZA

The difference between New Democracy and SYRIZA remains high in the new poll conducted by Pulse, which was presented by SKAI on Tuesday evening. The ruling party had 33.5% in the voting intentions, opposition party SYRIZA had 26%.

PASOK maintains double-digit percentage, registering 11% in the intention to vote, while the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) had 6% and the Hellenic Solution had 4%.

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MeRA25 is located below the threshold for entering Parliament with 2.5%, declining in relation to the party's previous 3%.

Greeks for the Fatherland, led by Ilias Kasidiaris, maintains the 2.5% it registered from the previous Pulse survey in December.

Essentially, no significant changes are recorded.

Of interest is the finding that 42% want New Democracy to be at the helm of the country (31% want self-rule and 11% want the party as the core of a coalition government).

The corresponding percentage of SYRIZA reaches 30% (18% with self-rule and 12% as core in a coalition government). 9% want a "grand coalition" with the participation of the two major parties and PASOK.

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Overall victory remains overwhelmingly in favour of New Democracy with a percentage of 58%, against SYRIZA's 23%.

Kyriakos Mitsotakis maintains, with a percentage of 38%, an extremely large lead over Alexis Tsipras, who has a percentage of 27%.

In the question to whom people would give a second chance to govern, 39% answer Kyriakos Mitsotakis, while 32% prefer Alexis Tsipras. In fact, 61% of those who say they are centrists say Mr. Mitsotakis, compared to 25% who say they are in favor of Mr. Tsipras.

The prime minister seems to express the centrist space better at 29% (as in the previous measurement), compared to Alexis Tsipras (22% against 23% last month) and Nikos Androulakis (16% from 17% in December).

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