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%.
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.
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).