To the question “Who will you vote for in the case of repeated elections?”, the Radical Left Party SYRIZA receives 20.5 percent of the vote, the conservative New Democracy - 18.1 percent, PASOK - 12.2 percent, the "Independent Greeks" of Panos Kamenos – 8.4 percent, the Communist Party KKE - 6.5 percent, the neo-Nazi "Golden Dawn" - 5.8 percent, the Democratic Left – 5 percent, the Environmentalists-Green - 2.5 percent, the Democratic Alliance of Dora Bakogiannis - 2.5 percent, the far-right LAOS - 2.4 percent, the newly established party "Dimiourgia Ksana” (Recreate Greece) of Thanos Dzimeros - 2.2 percent, Stefanos Manos’ party "Drasi" - 1.3 percent and the undecided vote will reach 10.9 percent.
The sociological survey was conducted by "Kappa Research" agency on behalf of the Sunday issue of "Kathimerini" newspaper.
Indicative is the fact that 72 percent of respondents believe that the parties should make mutual compromises and cooperate, 22.9 percent want elections, in order for a unity government to be created, and 78.1 percent want the new government to do everything necessary so that the country will remain in the Eurozone.
When asked which of the parties that entered parliament, would you like to participate in the new government, the Democratic Left receives 72.6 percent of the vote, SYRIZA – 68 percent, New Democracy - 54.3 percent, PASOK - 52.9 percent, "Independent Greeks" - 47.7 percent, KKE - 22.5 percent and" Golden Dawn" – 8 percent.
61 percent of respondents consider SYRIZA’s proposal to be not so realistic or unrealistic, while 55.3 percent believe that the reconstruction of the centre-left parties is necessary. Meanwhile, 53.4 percent want the reconstruction of the centre-right parties.
The leader of the Democratic Left Fotis Kouvelis remains the most popular politician, followed by SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras, former Prime Minister Lucas Papademos, Dimitris Avramopoulos (former defence minister in the government of Papademos and former mayor of Athens), the leader of the "Independent Greeks" Panos Kamenos, Andreas Loverdos (former Minister of Health in the Office of Papademos), Stavros Dimas (Vice-President of New Democracy and former Minister of Foreign Affairs), New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras, Evangelos Venizelos - President of PASOK and Costis Hadzidakis (former Minister and member of the European parliament from New Democracy).
Finally, 65.1 percent of respondents believe that precedence in the elections took the protest vote against the biggest parties New Democracy and PASOK.
The results of another poll conducted by Public Issue, show that according to the majority of respondents the Radical Left SYRIZA will increase their percentage rates in the event of new elections.
More specifically, 52 percent of respondents believe that the party of Alexis Tsipras will rather strengthen their positions against 36 percent who think that SYRIZA’s electoral strength will decrease.
46 percent of respondents believe that New Democracy’s electoral rates will increase, for the Democratic Left this percentage is 42, for the "Independent Greeks" – 40 percent, and for the Environmentalists-Green – 40 percent, for LAOS – 33 percent, while PASOK receives only 28 percent. A large majority, namely 76 percent, from the respondents believe that the neo-Nazi "Golden Dawn" will receive fewer votes.
Anyway, despite the widely shared view that SYRIZA will increase its electoral strength, 62 percent of respondents believe that new elections will not lead to the possibility of establishing a unity government. Before the elections, the percentage of those who believed that a unity government would not be formed, was 91 percent.
The study partly reflects the confusion that reigns among the electorate. While 56 percent of voters say they are dissatisfied with the election result (43 percent are satisfied), 81 percent answer that even if they had known in advance what the final election results would be, they would have voted for the same party and only 19 percent would have changed their votes.