By 17 pm, voter turnout reached 28.7%, data of “Gallup International Balkan” polling agency, which is a partner of the Bulgarian National Radio and monitors the voting during the entire day for the 48th National Assembly, show. During the..
In view of the situation in Bulgaria and in the world, major fluctuations are possible at Sunday’s election for parliament , a social survey conducted a few days before the election shows. Around and under 2.6 million people are expected to..
"We Continue the Change" enjoys the declarative electoral support of 19.6% of adult Bulgarians, GERB is in second position with 14.2% . This is according to the regular monthly independent survey of Gallup International Balkan, conducted..
Personal trust in President Rumen Radev in the beginning of his second term of office is 58.5%. Rumen Radev continues to be the most-liked figure in Bulgaria’s political life, a poll of Gallup International Balkan shows. Trust in Bulgaria’s cabinet..
71.1% of Bulgarians believe that the most important thing is the settlement of North Macedonia’s relations with Bulgaria, and that it does not matter all that much whether North Macedonia will become a member of the EU. 7.5% are of the opposite..
The presidential candidate Rumen Radev wins the second round of the election for President of Bulgaria with 66.4% of the votes, indicates the 100% parallel vote tabulation sample by Gallup International Balkan, BNR’s partner agency for the..
It is now clear that the final voter turnout will not exceed or will be around 40%. If the vote goes at this pace, it would be lower. This is what the Deputy Chairman and spokesman of the Central Election Commission, Tsvetozar..
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..
Public opinion of the caretaker cabinet is, at this point, positive – 58.9% approve of it, 28.8% do not. This is connected with President Rumen Radev’s traditionally high credibility – 64.3%, i ndicates an opinion poll within the frameworks of an..
For 49% of voters, the early parliamentary elections on July 11 were fairer than the previous ones, and about two-thirds of voters support machine voting. This is shown by a Gallup International Balkan telephone survey conducted between July 14th and..