GPO poll: 17.5 units progress in the South – SYRIZA again second

Significant changes in the dynamics of the parties in the face of the parties, with the New Democracy leading and in second place Syriza returning. According to the GPO poll for STAR, the New Republic with 34.8% ensures a 19.5-point lead in the vote assessment with a reduction in valids. Syriza returns to second place with 14.3% against 13.9% of PASOK . KKE 9.5% , Greek Solution 8% followed by Victory 3.4%, New Left 3%, Freedom Sailing 2.9%, Democrats -A. Loverdos 2.6%, Day 25 2.3% and Spartans 1.8%. New Democracy 28.8% with a drop of 0.4% compared to the previous measurement, SYRIZA 11.7% with a rise of 0.8%, PASOK 11.4% with a rise of 0.3%, KKE 7.8% with a rise of 0.3%, Greek Solution 6.5%, recording the largest increase in percentages by 1.1%. And they follow: Victory 2.8% , New Left 2.5% , Freedom Sailing 2.4%, Democrats – A.Loverdos 2.1% , Day 25 1.9% and Spartans 1.5%. In the question for the most appropriate prime minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis leads with 42.5% and in second place Stefanos Kasselakis goes 12%. At a distance of 11.8%, Nikos Androulakis follows. 61.2% of the citizens believe that St. Kasselakis after his party conference was weakened and rather weakened. Unlike those who say they will vote SYRIZA 69.8% estimates that St. Kasselakis was strengthened and rather strengthened. 67.8% of citizens believe that the last interventions of A. Tsipras were intended to weaken and rather weaken St. Kasselakis. This percentage is 46.2% majority and among those who say they will vote SYRIZA. With regard to the criteria for the vote of the European elections, 53.9% states that it will be more affected by internal news issues, 26.1% of the candidates’ personalities and only 18.8% will be affected by European issues. 42.1% wants the European elections to send a message of disapproval to the government, 35.4% to support the party they usually choose and 17.5% to support the government. Finally, 40.6% of respondents estimate that it is very and quite possible in the European elections to vote a different party than in the last national election, while 57.3% consider it a little or no possibility.