Undecided voters could still decide crucial aspects of Greek elections

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Elections, Parliament
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A total of 9,834,970 Greeks are registered to vote in the January 25 elections but the result could still be shaped by around 1 in 10 voters who have yet to make up their minds.

Opinion polls indicate that a lot of Greeks have yet to decide who they will vote for. An Alco poll for To Pontiki weekly published on Thursday put the figure for undecided voters at 10.3 percent. A Rass poll for the iefimerida news website on Tuesday s...

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