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6 political parties to enter the new parliament: Trend agency

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Three weeks before the parliamentary elections, GERB-SDS and ITN have only 1.5% difference in their expected results, according to a nationally representative poll of Trend Agency conducted from June 11th to 18th commissioned by 24 Chasa daily.


The next parliament will include 6 political forces. GERB is first with 21.7%, ITN are second 20.2%. BSP has 16.1% support. "Democratic Bulgaria" receives 11.2% of the votes, MRF - 10.9%. "Stand up! Mafia Out!" has 5%, and Bulgarian Patriots remain very close to the barrier for entering the parliament with 3.9%, the poll results indicate.

48% of respondents said they would vote on July 11. 1/5 of the people have not yet decided who they will vote for. 

The caretaker cabinet is rated positively by 35% of Bulgarians, while 42% give a negative rating.

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