SYRIZA slips behind PASOK in opinion poll but Kasselakis insists course is correct

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: New Democracy, PASOK, SYRIZA

Unsurprisingly, the recent infighting in SYRIZA, which culminated in the party’s left-wing “Umbrella” faction walking out over the weekend, has not helped make the leftists more attractive to the Greek electorate, despite the efforts of new leader Stefanos Kasselakis to state his case for renewal.

A new survey of voters’ preferences, carried out by Opinion Poll for Action 24 TV, found that SYRIZA had slipped behind PASOK, falling into third place after more than a decade of being placed in the country’s leading two parties. In terms of voting int...

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