Poll shows wide difference between main ruling parties in Romania
The latest poll conducted by CURS in Romania shows that the Social Democrats (PSD) rely on a voting intention of 31%, while the Liberals (PNL) lag behind with 20% of those surveyed.
According to the poll, quoted by Adevarul, six parties would have representatives in Parliament.
The scores for the two major parties decreased in the survey carried out in May by 2pp and 1pp, respectively, compared to the previous CURS poll in March.
The third party, in terms of voting intention, is the Alliance for the Unification of Romanians (AUR), which enjoys the support of 17% of those surveyed. Compared to March, they recorded an increase of one percentage point.
The reformist party USR gained two extra percentage points compared to the March poll, rising from 9% to 11%.
The party of ethnic Hungarians UDMR and the Popular Movement Party PMP remain at 5% – which still means they would get seats in the new legislature.
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