The company iData published the last pre-election public opinion barometer, regarding the vote in single-member districts and the national district.
Thus, according to BOM, the unit ACUM wins in 13 districts, including two from the Diaspora, in six Metropolitan districts, and also in the districts of Ungheni-Prut, Straseni, Criuleni, Ialoveni-Ialoveni North and the South; the Democratic Party of Moldova (PDM) will win in Riscani, Floresti, Singerei, Telenesti, Orhei-East, Ungheni Calarasi, Nisporeni, Hincesti-Nord, Hincesti-South Leova and Cahul-Nord; the shore party will win only in constituency No. 18 (Orhei); in other districts more likely to win the Party of socialists.
“The latest iData poll showed that the ACUM bloc will receive fewer votes in 46 districts (with the exception of Transnistria and the Diaspora), however, given the vote in the Diaspora, the result may be in favour of the bloc. For the first time since the election campaign, data from the Diaspora and the Transnistrian region were taken into account,” the source said.
“As a result, according to the data, the PCRM can get 47 seats, the ACUM – 26 seats, the PDM – 24 and the PSH 4,” the authors of the pre-election barometer of public opinion concluded.
Trainer-translator: Iulia Alexandriuc