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Important29 June 2022 13:55

SURVEY: PAS loses more and more confidence of Moldovans, while "SHOR" Party gains more voters

The Action and Solidarity Party is losing more and more voters, while the “SHOR” Party is gaining more and more trust from the population. At least that’s what the latest poll, published today by iData.

Thus, according to the sociological research, if elections were held on Sunday, PAS would only accumulate 22.6 percent of the voters, almost three times less than the percentage gathered in last summer’s parliamentary elections. At the same time, the “SHOR” Party would, in the event of early parliamentary elections, gain nearly 13 percent of the Moldovans votes, more than double the score it received last summer.

The Bloc of Communists and Socialists would get the most votes – 26.3 percent. In terms of the distribution of seats in Parliament, the BECS would win the most seats – 43, PAS would win 37 seats and the “SHOR” Party 21 seats.

The survey was conducted in June 2022 on a sample of 1095 respondents.

Ilan Shor, among most trusted politicians by Moldovans

The leader of the “SHOR” Party, Ilan Shor, continues to win the sympathy of Moldovan voters. According to a survey published today by iData, Ilan Shor ranks third in the preferences of Moldovan voters, with 7.5 percent.

On the first place, according to the survey, is Maia Sandu, with 22.3 percent, followed by Igor Dodon, who is trusted by 18.3 percent of Moldovans.

The last places in the ranking are occupied by the first persons in the state – the Speaker of Parliament, Igor Grosu, and the Prime Minister, Natalia Gavrilita. They are trusted by 0.4 and 0.3 percent of Moldovans respectively.


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