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USL leads in the ranking of options for parliamentary elections



USL would collect 57.5 per cent of the electoral votes, PDL 15.5 per cent and PP-DD 6.6 per cent, if there were parliamentary elections held in Romania next Sunday, according to a poll conducted by INSCOP Research over September 10-17.
According to the research, the Social Liberal Union (USL) would collect 57.5 per cent of the Romanians’ votes (compared to 57.1 per cent the result of the poll for July), being followed by the Democratic Liberal Party (PDL), with 15.5 per cent of the votes (15.1 in July) and the People’s Party – Dan Diaconescu, with 6.8 per cent of the votes (compared with 7.4 per cent as shown by the poll conducted in July).
Following next in the ranking were the Popular Movement Party, with 5.3 per cent (compared with 5.6 per cent in July) and the Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania, with 5.3 per cent (the same result as in the previous month).
The Justice and Truth Alliance, made up of PNTCD (Christian Democratic National Peasants’ Party) and the Civic Force (Forta Civica), would receive 4.8 per cent of the votes, if there were parliamentary elections next Sunday (compared with 5.1 in July).
As regards the europarliamentary elections, the PSD-UNPR coalition (Social Democratic Party – the National Union for the Progress of Romania) would have collected the largest number of votes, 39.1 per cent (compared with 38.8 per cent in July).
The PNL-PC (National Liberal Party – Conservative Party) alliance would have been voted by 20.6 per cent of the Romanians (19.3 in July), the PDL would have been voted by 14.8 per cent of the electors (14.2 per cent in July) and the People’s Party – Dan Diaconescu would have collected 6.6 per cent of the votes (6 per cent in July) in the euro parliamentary elections, if they were held next Sunday. The Popular Movement Party would have been voted by 5.1 per cent of the electors (5.5 per cent in July), the Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania by 5.1 per cent of the voters (5.3 per cent in July) and the Justice and Truth Alliance made up of PNTCD and the Civic Force would have taken 5 per cent of the votes (5.5 per cent in July).
The poll was ordered by ‘Adevarul’ daily and it was conducted by INSCOP Research over September 10-17, 2013, on a sample of 1,050 respondents and is representative of the Romanian population aged 18 and over. The maximum permissible error is 3% for a confidence level of 95%. The sample is of the multi-stage, probabilistic type.

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