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Center for Analysis and Marketing: GERB/SDS, “We Continue the Change" and BSP in the top three for Parliament

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Six political formations would enter Bulgaria’s new National Assembly if elections were held today. Another political force stands a chance of crossing the 4% barrier, a survey of the Center for Analysis and Marketing, conducted with own funding, shows. The survey was conducted between October 22 and 26 among 815 respondents. The coalition GERB/SDS would earn 22.3% of the votes if elections were held today. “We Continue the Change” would place second with 15.8% of the votes, followed by the Bulgarian Socialist Party-15.1%. 12.3% of the voters would support “There is Such a People” party. “Democratic Bulgaria” would earn 11.8% of the votes. The Movement for Rights and Freedoms would earn 10.3% of the votes.

“Stand up.Bg! We are Coming”, “Vazrazhdne” and VMRO remain under the 4% barrier, the Director of the Center for Analysis and Marketing Yuliy Pavlov said.

52% of the respondents say that they are firmly decided who to vote for and under 50% of the respondents say they are definitely going to vote, noted Yuliy Pavlov and added that the number of voters abroad has significantly decreased as compared to previous elections-only 100,000-150,000 people.

The survey of the Center for Analysis and Marketing is conducted between October 22 and 26 among 815 respondents, through a face-to-face interview and with own funding.

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