The latest poll results have unveiled striking surprises in Greek politics, particularly regarding the European Parliament elections. According to the Interview poll, New Democracy (ND) leads with a 15.4 percentage point margin over SYRIZA, securing 29.2% compared to SYRIZA’s 13.8%. Moreover, the same survey estimates the electoral strength of the New Left to be at 2.5%.

The survey also indicates an upward trend for PASOK at 12.4% and the Communist Party (KKE), reaching 6.8%. Greek Solution witnesses a significant increase from 4.1% to 6.5%, while other smaller parties like Victory and Spartans hover around 3.3% and 2%, respectively.

When asked about their vote preferences in hypothetical national elections, ND leads SYRIZA by 18.2%. ND stands at 31.2%, with SYRIZA trailing at 13%, regaining the second position after a continuous decline that initially placed them third.
PASOK seems to have strengthened compared to its performance in the June elections (11.8%), now gathering 12.5%. KKE is at 6.7%, Greek Solution rises to 6.5% from 4.4%, Course of Freedom at 3.1%, Spartans 2%, and Victory 4%.
The first survey conducted for the new parliamentary group “New Left” registers a 2% vote share, while the vote estimation fluctuates between 2% and 3%.

In the case of national elections, regarding the preference for the most suitable Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis continues to hold the top spot at over 40%.
Stefanos Kassalakis emerges second with 15%, followed by Nikos Androulakis at 11%. Despite the country’s political stability, 32% responded that they don’t trust any of the top three candidates.
Though the majority holds a negative opinion of Kyriakos Mitsotakis (55.3%), the Prime Minister still outshines his political adversaries.
41.5% hold a positive or somewhat positive opinion of the Prime Minister. The only “threat” to him appears to be Dimitris Koutsoumpas, the General Secretary of the KKE, at 35.5%. Kassalakis and Androulakis garner approximately similar levels of support (20% and 22.6%, respectively).

A notable increase is observed in the popularity of Kyriakos Velopoulos, the President of Greek Solution, who has risen by 7.4% compared to the previous measurement, reaching 18.3% from 10.9%.