The Social-Liberal Union (USL) would win the majority of votes (52 pc) in the future parliamentary elections, according to an IMAS poll commissioned by “Adevarul”, conducted between October 7 and 17. According to IMAS, the alliance formed by the Social-Democrat Party (PSD) and the National Liberal Party (PNL) lost ground, however, as the two parties claimed nearly 60 pc jointly, before the Union was forged. The Democrat-Liberal Party (PDL) ranks second, with nearly 18 pc. The poll further shows that the following parties would make it into Parliament: the People’s Party, claiming over 14 pc, the Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania (UDMR) and the Greater Romania Party (PRM). As regards the politicians deemed most trustworthy, the PNL leader Crin Antonescu ranks first, with over 27 pc, followed by the PSD president Victor Ponta and the Liberal Teodor Melescanu, while, in the ruling party’s camp, Theodor Stolojan is deemed the politician commending the highest level of trust (10 pc).