Greece: survey, Golden Dawn down but still third party

After the murder of anti-Fascist rapper by a neo-nazi militant

30 September, 11:11

    Supporters of far-right wing party Golden Dawn gathered in front of the Athens Police headquarters holding Greek flags to protest over the arrest of their party's leader Supporters of far-right wing party Golden Dawn gathered in front of the Athens Police headquarters holding Greek flags to protest over the arrest of their party's leader

    (ANSAmed) - ATHENS - Greece's neo-Nazi Chrysi Avgi (Golden Dawn) party still ranks third among Greek would-be voters though it has lost significant popularity after the murder of young anti-Fascist rapper Pavlos Fyssas on September 17 in Athens by a neo-Nazi militant, according to a survey released on Monday.

    The survey carried out by the Mrb polling institute on behalf of Realnews weekly found that the neo-Nazi party is currently backed by 6,8% from 9,1% in June. The party is followed by Pasok at 5,5%, the conservative Independent Greeks at 5,3%, the Communist party (KKE) at 5% and the Democratic Left at 3,3%. Nea Dimokratia, led by Premier Antonis Samaras, currently ranks first at 22,2% ahead of radical left-wing party Syriza at 21%.(ANSAmed).

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