Igor Dodon and Maia Sandu gain the most votes of a recent poll conducted by the Association of Sociologists and Demographers of Moldova.
Accordingly, if the presidential elections were organized next Sunday, Igor Dodon would accumulate 31.8% of votes, 18.7% would elect Maia Sandu, and 9.3% would vote for Andrei Năstase.
Renato Usatîi: 6.6%;
Violeta Ivanov: 4.7%;
Octavian Țîcu: 1.7%;
Tudor Deliu: 1.4%;
Dorin Chirtoacă: 1.3%.
Meanwhile, 7.9% of respondents said they would not cast their votes while 15.8% do not trust anyone.
According to the poll, with 45.9% of the votes, Igor Dodon would win in the second round of the presidential elections against Maia Sandu, who would gather 38.2%.
The study also shows that 70.1 percent of survey participants said they would go to the elections, 11.2 percent said they would probably go to the elections, 8.9 percent said they would most likely not go to the elections. 2.3% still do not know.
The survey was conducted between September 26 and October 8 on a sample of 1,167 people from 81 localities and has a margin of error of 3 percent.