Poll discussions in Türkiye have spilled over into Greece. The Greek media focused on the misleading results of pre-election polls in Turkey. In the country, which is preparing to go to the polls on May 21, the question “Will the poll results turn out to be wrong here too?” is being discussed.
There are only a few days left until the elections in Greece.
Before the general elections that will be held on May 21, the Greek press talked about the position of the poll results in Turkey.
In Greece, discussions broke out that the survey results might be wrong.
Ethnos, one of the best-selling newspapers in Greece, drew attention to the fact that public opinion polls in Turkey did not yield an accurate result.
The Greek newspaper indicated that some polling companies showed Kilicdaroglu in front of Erdogan before the elections, and indicated that opinion polls did not affect the voters.
“Erdogan succeeded in winning,” she said.
Opinion polls in Greece show that the New Democracy party led by Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is ahead.
However, strength alone seems very difficult. It is not clear where the 10 to 14 percent of the undecided voters will go.
After the election results in Turkey, one wonders how far the results of the Greek opinion polls will reflect the truth.
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