Bulgarian Socialist Party
The choice "I do not support anyone" is becoming more and more relevant, Janitsa Petkova, a sociologist from Gallup International Balkan, commented to the National Radio. "The voter who ticks this box is predominantly female. Predominantly female, and also young women. 60 percent of all ticks are female, almost 1/3 of all ticks are under 30 years old.
Unclear winner and disputed third place. Five formations with secure representation in the next National Assembly, and two are close to the 4 percent barrier. These are the conclusions of a "Trend" survey commissioned by NOVA Broadcasting Group on the electoral attitudes of Bulgarians before the vote on April 2.
If the elections were held in the last ten days of March, the result would be as follows: "We Continue the Change-Democratic Bulgaria" (WCC-DB) and GERB-SDS would have similar support with 26.9% and 26.5%, Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) and "Vazrazhdane" would contest the third place, respectively with 13.3% and 13%. In fifth place is the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) with 7.2%.