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BSP becomes first political force if elections were held today: Gallup

If Parliamentary elections were held today, the opposition party BSP would earn the support of 13.5% of the voters, while the ruling GERB party would be supported by 13.2% of the citizens, the latest sociological survey of Gallup International shows. 29.4% of the respondents said they would not vote, 6.8% answered that they did not support any political party and 8.3% are ready to look for new political options.

59% of the respondents support the calls for resignations of this country’s government and early elections. Meanwhile, 57% of the respondents do not road approve road blockades as form of antigovernment protests. One-third of the respondents support such type of protest.

Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev is the politician who enjoys highest political support- 52%, BNR reports.

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