A CURS poll conducted a few days ago showed that the PNL retains its share of the vote it won in the December parliamentary elections, while the main opposition party PSD is shown to have risen by 5 percentage points, according to Antena3 television station.
The CURS survey was conducted nationwide between 22-26 February 2021 on a sample of 1,100 people over the age of 18, with a +/- 3% error rate and a 95% confidence level.
To the question “If parliamentary elections were to be held next Sunday, which party would you vote for?”, Only 67% of respondents expressed the intention to vote. The electoral landscape based on their answers was as follows:
PSD gets 34%, PNL 25%, USR-PLUS 16%, AUR 9%, UDMR 4%, PPU-SL 3%, PMP 3%, PRO România 2% while another party declares that it will vote 4%.
In the parliamentary elections held in 2020, the final results gave PSD 28.9%, PNL 25%, USR-PLUS 15% and AUR 9%.
In the same poll, to the question ‘how much do you trust Romanian politicians’, the answers show that trust in politicians is extremely low.
Only 37% of respondents said they trust Klaus Iohannis because they trust him or trust him a lot, while 63% somehow trust him or trust him only a little but.