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March 21, 2023

INSCOP poll: PSD 38pct, PNL 37.2pct, if parliamentary elections were next Sunday

The Social Democrat Party (PSD) would get 38 percent of te votes if parliamentary elections were next Sunday, with the National Liberal Party (PNL) following with 37.2pct, shows a poll carried out by the INSCOP Research. Results sent to Agerpres on Thursday also indicate that only three more parties would pass the 5pct threshold to be represented in the Parliament, namely the Romanian Alliance of Liberals and Democrats (ALDE), the People’s Movement Party (PMP) led by former President Traian Basescu, and the Hungarian Democrat Union of Romania (UDMR).

According to the poll, PSD would be up from 36.3pct in the November 2015 similar poll, while PNL would go down from the previous 40.1 pct. ALDE would get 5.3pct (against 4pct in November), PMP 5.1pct (against 4.4pct), and UDMR 5pct (5.2pct).

Further down in the voting intentions are the M10 party with 2.2pct (against 2.4pct), the Romanian Social Party (PSRO) 1.8pct (2.1pct), the National Union for Romania’s Progress (UNPR) 1.2pct (2.6pct), the United Romania Party (PRU) 1.2pct, the Greater Romania Party (PRM) 1pct and the Christian Democrat National Peasants Party (PNTCD) 0.4pct.

26.5pct of the respondents were undecided; 11.1pct said they won’t vote; and 3.2pct do not know or do not answer.

The ‘INSCOP – Truth about Romania’ by the INSCOP Research was commissioned by the ‘Adevarul’ newspaper and carried out from 21 to 28 March, on a national sample of 1,063 persons above 18 years of age. The error margin is ą 3pct with a confidence level of 95pct.

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