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New Democracy and SYRIZA neck and neck for EP vote but PASOK adrift
Opinion polls over the last few days suggest that the result of the European Parliament elections in Greece on May 25 is still fairly finely balanced, with SYRIZA and New Democracy jostling for the lead but with PASOK struggling.
As has been the case for several weeks, none of the regular surveys indicate that any party has been able to build an irreversible lead over the other. The apparent closeness of the race has led to the often fierce public exchanges between the New Democ...
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