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Sunday’s elections delivered a big win for Kyriakos Mitsotakis and New Democracy, which will have a very workable majority in the next Parliament, but did not led to the crushing defeat that many expected for SYRIZA and Alexis Tsipras.
With 81 percent percent of votes counted, New Democracy was on 39.7 percent and SYRIZA on 31.6 percent. Compared to the recent European Parliament elections, SYRIZA increased its support by 8 points, while ND saw a rise of 6.5 points in its support.
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