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Gallup: GERB-SDS, BSP and “We continue the change” in the top three for parliament

56.4% of Bulgarians say that they will definitely vote at the presidential election, and 54.2% - that they will only vote at the election for parliament, data from a survey conducted by Gallup International Balkan sociological agency, commissioned by the Bulgarian National Radio show.

If the election for President and Vice President had been held this past Sunday, Rumen Radev would have won 51.2% of the votes of the respondents, and Anastas Gerdzhikov – 22.5%, Mustafa Karadayi – 7.9%, and Lozan Panov 6.2%.

2.7% of the respondents state they do not support anyone.

If the elections for parliament had been held in mid-October, GERB-SDS would have won 22.5% of the votes, the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) – 15.1%, “We continue the change”- 13.4%, “There is Such a People” – 12.2%, Democratic Bulgaria – 11.2%, the Movement for Rights and Freedoms – 10.8%. “Stand Up, BG! We are coming!” is close to the 4% threshold for entering parliament at 3.7%. 

The survey was conducted on the basis of the face to face method among 1,009 Bulgarians over the age of 18, over the period from 10 to 17 October and does not register events that have taken place in the past few days. 

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