Greece: survey, Nea Dimokratia ahead

Followed by Syriza and neo-nazi party Chrys Avgi

23 January, 11:43

(ANSAmed) - Athens, January 23 - Nea Dimokratia, the centre-right party led by Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, is back in first position though with a marginal 0.2% lead, in spite of harsh austerity measures to tackle Greece's economic crisis, according to a survey by polling institute Marc commissioned by private radio station Alpha. According to the survey, 22.5% of would-be voters back Nea Dimokratia, while 22.3% support Syriza. Third place with 9.7% goes to neo-Nazi party Chrys Avgi (Golden Dawn), followed by the Socialist Pasok at 5.7%, the right-wing Anexartitit Ellines at 5.6%, the Democratic Left Dimar with 4.6% and the Greek Communist party KKe with 4.3%.

Premier Samaris remains the country's most popular politician for 53.2% of those polled against the 30.9% of Syriza's leader, Alexis Tsipras. The survey also revealed that 51.1% of would-be voters are not satisfied by the policies implemented by the government coalition, against 37.2% who expressed satisfaction, while 63.7% against 32.3% would like the government to complete its term in office. (ANSAmed)

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