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Survey shows four parties to make it to Moldova's next parliament

15 may 2012, 14:51 print out copy link The link has been copied to the Clipboard

Four political parties would make it to the parliament, if elections were held next Sunday, according to the Public Opinion Barometer (BOP), unveiled by the Institute of Public Policies today.

Thus, 28 per cent of respondents would cast their ballots for the Party of Communists (PCRM), 19 per cent for the Liberal Democratic Party (PLDM), 13 per cent for the Liberal Party (PL) and 8 per cent for the Democratic Party (PD).

Most respondents said they trusted most of all Chisinau mayor Dorin Chirtoaca whose rating went up by 12 per cent against the previous barometer. He is followed by Prime Minister Vlad Filat and Parliament Speaker Marian Lupu. President Nicolae Timofti ranked fourth in the top of trust.

The situation changed, when the respondents were asked the same question without possible answers. In this case, opposition Communist leader Vladimir Voronin ranked first with 18 per cent, being followed by Filat with 13 per cent and Marian Lupu with 6 per cent.

The Party of Communists remains the most trusted political formation with 39 per cent. It is followed by the PLDM with 37 per cent. The PD and the PL got about 31 per cent each.

The opinion poll was carried out among 1,055 people from 81 settlements on 10 April - 10 May with the support of the Soros Moldova Foundation. It has a 3-per-cent margin of error.

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