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SUCCESS OF THE KURSA: The USR-PLUS alliance is formed in the capital. How would the future General Council look like?



Center for Urban and Regional Sociology – CURS released data from the latest OMNIBUS survey in Bucharest. The CURS research is conducted every two months, on a representative sample of 1067 respondents, based on face-to-face interviews, at their home.

As for the political vote for the Bucharest General Assembly, the effect of elections for the European Parliament is strong. So if the local elections were held next Sunday, the USR-PLUS Alliance would get the main victory in the capital. PSD and PNL would get some more points than in the European Parliament, saying it at local elections is not will be able to vote in Bucharest, on additional lists, for people living elsewhere. Pro-Romania and ALDE will also have a slight increase compared to the European Parliament, while PMP is declining but the margin of error.

To the question "If next Sunday are the elections for the Bucharest General Assembly, which party or political alliance would you vote for?", Respondents respond as follows:

Alliance USR-PLUS – 38% (compared to 40.59% for the European Parliament)

PSD – 20% (compared to 16.68% for the European Parliament)

PNL – 17% (compared to 15.78% for the European Parliament)

Pro Romania – 8% (compared with 6.89% for the European Parliament)

PMP – 7% (compared with 8.74% for the European Parliament)

ALDE – 6% (compared with 4.66% for the European Parliament)

Other – 4%

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methodology:

Sampling Space: adult non-institutionalized population in Bucharest, aged 18 and over

Sample volume: 1067 respondents, voters older than 18 years

Sample type: probabilistic, multistage, layered

Maximum error margin for the whole sample: +/- 3.0% with a confidence level of 95%

Method of data collection: face to face, at home of the respondent

Sample Validation: Based on the latest INS data

The data are weighted according to the age of the respondent

Duration: from 7 to 21 June 2019


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