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The new political project headed by Kiril Petkov and Assen Vassilev would earn 9.1% of the votes: TREND

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If elections were held today, the new political project of former ministers Kiril Petkov and Assen Vassilev would earn 9.1% of the votes, a sociological survey of Trend, commissioned by 24 Chassa, shows. GERB would place first with 24.4% of the votes, followed by “There is Such a People” party-17.5% and the Bulgarian Socialist Party-16.6%. 

The Movement for Rights and Freedoms would earn 9.3% of the votes, the political party headed by Kiril Petkov and Assen Vassilev would receive 9.1% of the votes. “Democratic Bulgaria” would earn 8.5%. The coalition “Stand up BG! We are Coming”, which was part of the 45th and the 46th National Assembly remains under the 4% threshold and would earn 3.8% of the votes, followed by “Vazrazhdane”-2.9% and VMRO-2.2%. 

Only 12% of the respondents assess positively the work of the National Assembly. 35% of the respondents assess positively the work of the caretaker cabinet and 46% assess positively the work of this country’s President. 53% of the respondents said that they would vote at the forthcoming Parliamentary elections.


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