President Igor Dodon and Maia Sandu would gain most votes if the presidential elections were to take place next Sunday, according to the a new poll conducted by the Association of Sociologists and Demographers.
Around 36% of the respondents voted for Igor Dodon and over 19% chose Maia Sandu.
Andrei Nastase would get only 5.5% and Renato Usatîi - over 4% of votes in the presidential election.
Only 2% of the respondents voted for Pavel Filip.
As shown in the poll, only three parties would enter the future Parliament: the Socialist Party - 36% of votes, the PAS - only 20% of votes, the PPDA - 5%.
The survey was conducted by telephone, on a sample of 1127 people, between June 20-27 and has a margin of error of 3%