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Gallup: 0.4% difference between first and second place in elections

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The winner in the election will be decided by the votes of the last-minute decision-makers. If the early parliamentary elections were held in the last ten days of March, the result would be as follows: We Continue the Change-Democratic Bulgaria and GERB-SDS would have similar support with 26.9% and 26.5%, respectively.

This is shown by a survey conducted by "Gallup International Balkan" for the Bulgarian National Radio, showing the attitudes towards the end of the campaign. The research was conducted between March 18 and 26, 2023 among 1,004 people using the face-to-face method.

According to the results of the poll, MRF and Vazrazhdane would contest the third place, with 13.3% and 13%, respectively. BSP holds the fifth place with 7.2%. "Bulgarian Rise" with 3.5% and "Levitsa" with 3.3% will struggle to cross the 4 percent barrier. "There is Such a People" has 3%.

40.1% said they would definitely vote - levels close to the turnout before the October 2022 election. 4.1% of those who said they would vote said they would prefer "I support no one" option.

Translation by Al. Markov
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