Mugur Isarescu, Governor of the National Bank of Romania, leads in the top of the confidence of Romanians by 56 per cent of their options, whereas President Traian Basescu would win the presidential elections with 41 per cent of the people electoral options, based on an opinion poll conducted by CCSB and released on Saturday.
According to Agerpres, the second, in terms of confidence, ranks Sorin Oprescu, Bucharest General Mayor – 52 per cent, followed by George Becali, Steaua Club financier – 43 per cent and PM Emil Boc – 42 per cent. President Traian Basescu ranks the fifth with 40 per cent, followed by Crin Antonescu with 39 per cent. PSD leader, Mircea Geoana, ranks the 12th, with 33 per cent, Democrat – Liberal Theodor Stolojan, on the 14th position, with 30 per cent, at a distance of 12 places from Prince Radu of Romania with 22 per cent. Should presidential elections be taking place next Sunday, 41 per cent of those interviewed said that they would vote Traian Basescu, 21 per cent Mircea Geoana, 18 per cent Crin Antonescu, 10 per cent Prince Radu of Romania, 9 per cent – Corneliu Vadim Tudor and one per cent – Marko Bela. Should elections for the European Parliament be taking place next Sunday, 31 per cent of the votes of those interviewed would be targeted to PD-L, followed by Alliance PSD + PC with 30 per cent, PNL – 16 per cent, PRM – 8 per cent, the independent candidate Elena Basescu – 8 per cent, UDMR – 5 per cent. Regarding the participation rate at voting, 54 per cent of those interviewed said they would not go to vote, whereas 31 per cent said they would go.