If elections for the European Parliament were held next Sunday, as many as 31.1 percent of Romanians would vote the Social Democratic Party (PSD), 29.6 percent would vote the Democrat Liberal Party (PD-L) and 16.6 percent would vote the National Liberal Party (PNL), shows a survey conducted by GSS 2000 (Group of Social Studies) over May 3- 5.
According to the results of the survey, on the following places would be UDMR (Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania) with 5.9 percent of the votes, PRM (Greater Romania Party) with 4.8 percent, PNG (New Generation Party) with 4.5 percent. As many as 3 percent of the interviewed said they would vote for Elena Basescu and 3 percent would cast vote for another party.
The survey was conducted by the Group of Social Studies 2000 at the order of the Association of cooperation and regional development on a sample of 1,092 people over 18 years old in 118 localities (of which 64 in the urban environment, 54 in the rural environment and in Bucharest).
The error margin is of 3 percent at a 95-percent level of confidence.