Metron Analysis presented a poll on Wednesday night, 26 May, the main news bulletin of Mega. Metron Analysis poll focuses on both coronavirus and vaccine issues, as well as in purely political, while there are also questions that show the preferences of the respondents for… foreign leaders.
When asked about the course of the country, the answers of the respondents are presented in depth of five months, with the results showing that March was the most difficult month for the government of Kyriakos Mitsotakis, when in January and February the "positive votes" were more. The answer "in the wrong direction" collects a percentage 56% in that month. Ήταν ο μήνας με τα θλιβερά γεγονότα αστυνομικής βίας στη Νέα Σμύρνη, αλλά και η εποχή του… σκληρού lockdown με αυστηρότατους περιορισμούς.
In April, the "balance" was marginally negative for the government, while in May the situation normalized, with the answer "in the right direction" prevailing - also marginally- with 46% against a percentage 44% those who saw things… dark. In April, the pandemic was gathering 49% of answers, which was done 33% in May. The economy, on the other, became "champion" of concern in May with 31%, while in April it had a percentage 27%. Unemployment, political system and foreign policy were the other problems that concerned the respondents.
Light… in the coronavirus tunnel
To the question "if we have left the worst behind" with the pandemic, we see that optimism skyrocketed in May, με τους εμβολιασμούς να παίζουν σίγουρα το ρόλο τους. More specifically, the 63% said optimistic this month, against him 29%, while the "difficult" March is seen here as well, with the optimists being the 47% of the pie and the pessimists the 45%.
The intention to vote
In the intention to vote, New Democracy precedes with 13,9 percentage points against SYRIZA, from 14,2 units in the same company measurement in April. Specifically, ND gathers 34%, SYRIZA 20,1%, the KINAL 6%, the KKE 5,3%, the Greek Solution and the DAY 25 appears enhanced in 4,7%. The unspecified vote is on 9,7%.