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Intercampus survey: tie between AD and PS, Chega holds back and has IL on its heels

The Democratic Alliance appears ahead in voting intentions for the European elections scheduled for next Sunday, but the advantage does not go beyond 0.7%. The technical tie between the AD and the Socialist Party, which now appears with 24.8% and 24.1%, is one of the most relevant data from the Intercampus survey for CM/CMTV, relating to the month of June, published in the newspaper “Correio da Manhã†this Thursday.

The two main parties are the only two political forces to grow, widening the gap with third place, occupied by Chega. With Tânger Correia at the head of the list, the party led by André Ventura will now not exceed 12%. The drop is 5.4% in just one month (from 17.4% in May to 12% this month).

From right to left, all remaining parties record drops in voting intentions: Liberal Initiative (9%) has the most significant vote among small parties, followed by Bloco de Esquerda (5.8%), Livre (4.5%), PAN (3.1%) and CDU (2.5%). The number of undecided people increased from 3.7% to 12.5%.

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Francesco Giganti

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