The Democratic Party of Moldova candidate, Marian Lupu, growing strongly in the polls and reached an equal rate with the candidate of PAS party, Maia Sandu and the "Dignity and Truth" party of Andrei Nastase behind which stay Topa mobsters. The details are given by the survey made by CBS company, at the order of Institute for Development and Social Initiatives "Future".
At the same time, the Democratic Party has registered a significant increase, which was ranked second before the "Dignity and Truth" party, Renato Usatîi's party and the Party of Action and Solidarity.
According to the survey, PSRM candidate, Igor Dodon would class as the first preference vote for the presidential elections of October 30th. Over 23-per-cent of voters would vote for Igor Dodon.
Igor Dodon is followed by the PAS leader, Maia Sandu with 7.9-per-cent, leader of "Dignity and Truth" party, Andrei Nastase with 7.7-per-cent, Democratic Party leader Marian Lupu with 7.6-per-cent and the candidate of "Our Party" Dmitri Ciubaşenco - 4.5-per-cent.
Among decided voters, 38.3% would vote for Igor Dodon, 13% for Maia Sandu, 12,6% for Andrei Nastase and 12.5% for Marian Lupu, 7.4% for Dmitri Ciubaşenco and 5.3% for Iurie Leanca.
Also, 11.6 percent of respondents said they would not participate in the election and will not vote, and 27.5% are still undecided.
If parliamentary elections will take place the next Sunday, 35.2-per-cent of those who decided for whom to vote, would choose PSRM, 13.3% for PD, 13.1% for "Our Party", 12,7% "Dignity and Truth" party, and 9.8% for Action and Solidarity Party, 3.9% for the European People's Party and 3,1-per-cent for the Liberal Party.