Which parties would enter legislative body if parliamentary elections were held in Moldova next Sunday?

Three parties would enter the legislative body if parliamentary elections were held in Moldova next Sunday, shows the Public Opinion Barometer. Accordingly, 27.6% of participants would vote for the Party of Socialists (PSRM), 17.5% for the Action and Solidarity Party (PAS) and 7.4% for the Democratic Party (PDM).

The Party “Dignity and Truth Platform” (PPPDA) would gain 3.3% and the Şor Party 2.9% of the vote. 

At present the party led by Andrei Nastase has 11 MPs in Parliament. 

Asked about the political personality they trust most, approximately 15% named President Igor Dodon, 11.6% - former PM Maia Sandu, about 2.7% - Democratic leader Pavel Filip, 2.1% - PPPDA leader Andrei Năstase.

Regarding the low rating of Nastase, Institute for Public Policy director Arcadie Barbăroşie said: He lost the people's trust after his failure in the Chisinau mayoral elections. It's my personal opinion.  

If the presidential elections were held next Sunday,  the PSRM would poll 23.6% of the vote, the PAS – 17.6%, while the PDM – 6%. The other candidates would gain less than 3% of the poll.

The poll was carried out during December 7-23 and covered a sample of 1,187 persons. The margin of sampling error is +-3%.

 







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