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August 3, 2021
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CSCI survey: 41pct of Romanians would vote for Liberals, 37pct for SocDems in parliamentary elections

If parliamentary elections were held next Sunday, 41 percent of Romanians would vote the new National Liberal Party (PNL) and 37pct would opt for the Social Democrat Party (PSD), shows a CSCI survey conducted from August 10 to 17 and released for Agerpres on Monday.
According to the poll, PNL is down in the polls by some 10 percent compared to December 2014, when it had a 52pct confidence, while the PSD saw an increase from 35pct.
The Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR) and MEP Monica Macovei’s party M10 would get 5pct of the votes, whilst the Romanian Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE), the People’s Movement Party (PMP) and the and United Romania Party (PRU) would each get 3pct, and the National Union for Romania’s Progress (UNPR, junior partner of the ruling coalition) would have 2pct of votes in parliamentary elections.
The CSCI survey was conducted on a sample of 1,021 people, with an error margin of 3.1pct at a confidence level of 95pct.

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