Greek political poll tracker

May 22, 2012

Greece faces another election on June 17.  Although they reject the austerity required by the bailout, most Greeks want their country to stay in the euro. However Frankfurt and Brussels say it is impossible for Greece to have one without the other: no bailout means no euro and a return to the drachma. Whether the Greek people believe these warnings could have a big impact on the election result.

First place comes with an automatic bonus of 50 seats, meaning even the slightest edge could be pivotal in determining the makeup of the next government.

Click here for an interactive chart showing the latest polls:



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Golden Dawn being unselected by default indicates an agenda on your behalf.. so there is little point in believing anything else here…

Posted by the_media_lies | Report as abusive

The party is clicked by default in the interactive version. The absence from the “photo” on the blog was an oversight, which has now been corrected. Thank you for pointing this out.

Posted by Jeremy Gaunt | Report as abusive