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Greece’s political parties have been looking at the May 25 European election results to understand whether there has been a decisive shift in public opinion that makes a SYRIZA or New Democracy win in a national vote more or less likely.
Among the most interesting statistics produced over the past few days are those from the Public Issue polling company. Its breakdown of Greeks’ voting intentions gives a good picture of where each party’s strengths and weaknesses lie.
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