PSRM, PAS and PDM are the key parties to enter the Parliament, according to the largest opinion poll ever made in Moldova.
With 12,322 interviewed and an error margin of 0.8 %, the research was carried out in April-May by a prestigious company from the USA, Lake Research Partners.
Here’s how the Moldovans would vote:
PSRM - 39%
The PPDA, backed by the fugitive criminals Ţopa, and the PCRM would get by 6 % each and would get seats.
The Partidul Nostru Party would get only 4%, while PPEM and PL would get by 2%.
Other parties would get 2% of the citizens’ votes, too. 6 % said they would not go to the ballot, and 10% could not answer what party they liked most.
In terms of trust in politicians, Premier Pavel Filip has become one of the most trusted, ranking the second after President Igor Dodon, the third position going to PAS leader Maia Sandu.
Igor Dodon -34 %
Pavel Filip- 21%
Maia Snadu- 21%