PSD-UNPR would obtain in the next elections for the European Parliament (EP) 40 pc of votes and the PNL-PC alliance 21 pc, while in the parliamentary elections USL leads the top of Romanian options with 59.7 pc, finds a poll conducted by INSCOP Research and quoted by evz.ro. According to the source, PDL would obtain 15 pc in the European elections, PP-DD almost 8 pc, the D.A. alliance (Civic Force and PNTCD) – 5 pc, UDMR – 5 pc, PRM 4 pc and the New Republic – 1 pc. The above mentioned figures are calculated from the total of those who indicated a clear voting option, INSCOP explains. Out of the total population, 17.6 pc are undecided for the European elections, 14.5 pc said they will not vote and 7 pc do not know or do not answer.
If elections for the national parliament were held next Sunday, USL would obtain 60 pc, PDL – 15 pc, PP-DD – 8 pc the D.A. Alliance – almost 6 pc, UDMR – 5 pc, PRM – 4 pc, the New Republic – 1 pc. According to INSCOP, these figures were calculated from the total of those who indicated a clear voting option, INSCOP explains. Out of the total population, 17 pc are undecided about voting in the parliamentary elections, 14.5 pc said they will not vote and 6 pc do not know or do not answer.
According to INSCOP, the majority of the population (54 pc) heard about the People’s Movement Foundation, recently created by presidential aides of Traian Basescu, which was not included among parties as it was presented as a structure of the civil society. Regarding the impression which the Movement created among those who heard about the initiative (among the 54 pc), 29 pc declare a positive impression, 45 pc indicate a negative impression and 27 pc do not know or do not answer this question, representing an electorate with a recruiting potential for the foundation. The poll was conducted by INSCOP Research for the ‘Adevarul’ newspaper on 20-28 April 2013, on 1,050 subjects which form a representative sample for the Romanian population aged 18 and above. The maximum error margin of the data is ± 3 pc, at a confidence rate of 95 pc, the sample being of a multi-stratified, probabilistic type.