ND moves to squeeze votes out of fringe parties, aided by infighting

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Elections, Mitsotakis, New Democracy
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New Democracy’s lead going into repeat elections in June appears unassailable, but the party is determined not to leave anything to chance. Rumbles of discontent among smaller parties could well redistribute the vote in a way which further strengthens the leaders in the race.  

The latest poll conducted by Alco for Alpha TV gives ND a 21.7-point lead, which would almost certainly guarantee the conclusive majority of seats that the party has set as its target for the June 25 elections.

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