According to the above-mentioned sociological research, 52 percent of the polled said they were very interested in the election on Sunday, December 6, 28 percent, enough interested, whereas 10 percent, very little or not at all interested in voting and 9 percent, little enough interested.
The CCSB poll reveals that 44 percent of the respondents say they will go to the polls on Sunday, 28 percent that they will not go to the polls, and 15 percent say that only some of them will go to vote in the runoff presidential election.
The research shows that 50 percent of the respondents (irrespective of their electoral option) think that Mircea Geoana will win the presidential election, 38 percent opine that Traian Basescu will win and 12 percent do not know or do not answer the question.
According to the CCSB research, 55 percent of the polled say that Romania currently goes in a wrong direction, 35 percent say that it goes in a good direction and 10 percent do not know/do not answer.
The opinion poll was conducted by CCSB on November 29 and 30 on a sample of 1,347 persons representative nationwide and has a 2.7 percent tolerated error at 95 percent probability level. The research was commissioned by the Tracking Poll (a survey for the exit poll of the runoff presidential election).