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GERB to govern in a coalition with SDS and “Ataka”

Submitted on Wednesday, 5 November 2008No Comment
GERB to govern in a coalition with SDS and “Ataka”

27,3% of the bulgarians will vote for GERB if the elections were today, shows an inquiry by NCIOM.

69% of the people asked think that GERB’s influence will continue to grow until the elections. The political party with the highest rate of influence after GERB is BSP with 18,1%.

For just a month, the amount of people declaring that they will vote for the current ruling coalition BSP-NDSV-DPS have increased by eight percent.

Despite that, the inquiry shows that there are three coalitions that people would vote for – a GERB-SDS coalition with 28,5%, GERB-BSP – 25,8% and GERB-“Ataka” – 28,5%.

The percentage of supporters for a BSP-GERB coalition has increased – three fourths of the socialist electorate will support BSP in such a coalition. However, just a fourth of of the GERB supporters would vote for such a coalition. GERB supporters find the other two likely coalitions more acceptable. Bulgarians have the least criticism for GERB – every fifth inquired.

The approval of Volen Siderov grows ever since July. Volen Siderov also remains the politician with a highest rate of approval among the leaders of parliamentary parties – 23,3 %.

The conclusions from the inquiry show that unlike GERB, “Ataka” are connected thoroughly with their leader.

According to the NCIOM inquiry Boiko Borisov remains the politician with the highest rating; his activities are approved by 59 %.

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