New Democracy maintains its lead over SYRIZA according to a new poll, with citizens in favor of easing restraint measures imposed to address the pandemic.
Specifically, according to Prorata 's research on "Journal of the Authors», ND receives a percentage in the intention to vote 33% against 24% of SYRIZA, difference of nine percentage points - constant from the last poll of the same company, on February.
KINAL follows with 6% (5,5% in the last measurement), the KKE with 4,5% which remains constant, the Greek Solution with 3% and MERA25 with 3% (from 3,5%).
Respondents in percentage 20,5% state undecided and the 6% declares that another party will vote.
At the level of political leaders, Kyriakos Mitsotakis is considered against 43% effective in resolving important issues with 65% to answer that it is not aware of the problems and concerns of citizens.
It calls for the measures to be relaxed 61% for a percentage just 17% wishing to further tighten them and 16% which favors the extension of their validity.
In terms of pandemic management, the 63% citizens "certainly and rather negatively" assess the government, percentage that records an increase 8% from previous research.
The government does not methodically plan the implemented measures, supports the 66% of respondents, view shared even by one in two people who identify as right-wing. To young people from 17 to 34 years, the percentage is 74%.
Regarding how happy the citizens are with the government, the 34% appears generally "happy", while the 64% states "not at all happy or not".
Dissatisfied, The citizens also appear from the opposition as they evaluate SYRIZA negatively in percentage 78%, while only 20% expresses satisfaction.