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More concern for coalition than cheer for SYRIZA in latest poll figures
Since the June 2012 national elections in Greece, New Democracy and SYRIZA have interchanged as the country’s most popular party. The latest Public Issue opinion poll, published on September 11, provides the latest twist in this intertwining tale. This time, it gives SYRIZA a 1 percentage point lead over the conservatives: 29 percent against 28.
SYRIZA can take something from this as the leftists saw their support increase by 1.5 percentage points since the last Public Issue survey in July but the poll’s findings should be more of a source of concern for the New Democracy-led government than en...
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