Greek poll shows pro-bailout conservatives leading

May 31, 2012 16:42


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ATHENS - Greece's conservative pro-bailout New Democracy party has a 2.3 percentage point lead over the radical leftist SYRIZA party in the run-up to the June 17 election that could decide whether the country remains in the euro zone, a poll showed on Thursday.

The ALCO poll for the website showed New Democracy taking 25 percent of the vote, followed by the anti-bailout SYRIZA taking 22.7 percent of the vote while the PASOK Socialists stood in third place with 12.5 percent.

The poll was not adjusted for undecided voters.

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