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28.5% of Bulgarian voters prefer machine voting: Exacta research

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28.5% of Bulgarians who will vote in the April 4 parliamentary elections prefer machine voting, indicates a survey conducted by Exacta Research Group between March 12 to March 20. These are mostly voters under the age of 40, university graduates and citizens of Sofia, is the conclusion of the study.

At the same time, over 48% of respondents prefer to use a paper ballot. The rest are hesitant about which of the two method of voting they would choose.

The data are from a national survey conducted in the period March 12- March 20 with own funds of Exacta Research Group.

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