The second part of an opinion poll unveiled a day earlier, conducted by the Alco firm, shows a “derby” amongst the two top contenders in the May 21 general election in Greece, center-right New Democracy (ND) party and leftist SYRIZA, for undecided voters.

Specifically, 28 percent of the 1,000 respondents in the opinion poll said they will cast their vote based on a political party’s program and planks; 25 percent said they will vote based on a party’s ideology; 15 percent answered that they will vote for a party that “has no relation to corruption”; 14 percent will voted based on their comparisons of the ND and SYRIZA governments, respectively, while 9 percent will cast their vote based on a party’s leader.

Asked about the persuasiveness of pre-election promises by ND and SYRIZA, in terms of the former, 10 percent of respondents said they were greatly persuaded; 21 percent said “very much”; 21 percent answered “a little”, while 41 percent of respondents answered that they were not persuaded at all by ND’s pre-election pledges.

Conversely, for SYRIZA, 4 percent respondents said they were “greatly persuaded” by its campaign promises; 15 percent answered “very much”; 26 percent “a little” and 47 percent “not at all”.

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