Between six and eight parties are very likely to be in the next National Assembly, according to a nationally representative survey by Exakta Research Group.

The research was conducted in the period from September 20 to 25, among 1050 adult Bulgarian citizens in 71 settlements of the country.

A stratified two-stage sample was used with a quota based on basic socio-demographic characteristics.

The registration method is a direct semi-standardized "face to face" interview.

The maximum error for 50 percent shares is +/- 3%.

The research was carried out with the funds of "Exakta Research Group".

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The Union of Democratic Forces (SDS) is a Bulgarian right-wing political party, the successor of the receives 26.4% support from those determined to vote, and "We continue the change

Kiril Petkov and Asen Vassilev presented their political project "We continue the change" - 16.8%.

In third place is DPS

The Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) is a centrist political party in Bulgaria, enjoying 12.6%, followed by the BSP

The Bulgarian Socialist Party (abbreviated BSP) is for Bulgaria" - with 10.8%.


Vazrazhdane is a political party in Bulgaria, founded in August 2014. Its chairman" ranks fifth with 10.5% of votes, and "Democratic Bulgaria

"Democratic Bulgaria" is a center-right political association composed of" receives 8.0%.

"There is such a people

"There is such a people" is a political party in Bulgaria, created by the Bulgarian TV" receives 4.5% support, and "Bulgarian Rise" - 4.2%.

According to the Exakta Research Group study, 43% of Bulgarians are fully confident that they will go to vote on October 2.

As of September 25, they have indicated that they certainly intend to vote about two million and four hundred thousand voters living on the territory of Bulgaria.

Residents of Sofia and the cities-regional centers to a lesser extent intend to vote compared to residents of small towns and villages, the survey also shows.

Certain concerns about machine voting were reported by 16.8%.

With preferences, 23% intend to vote, and these are more often people with higher education, voters of "Democratic Bulgaria

"Democratic Bulgaria" is a center-right political association, composed of "GERB".

GERB is a center-right populist, conservative and pro-European political party in the BSP

The Bulgarian Socialist Party (abbreviated as BSP) is for Bulgaria" and for "Vazrazhdane

Vazrazhdane is a political party in Bulgaria, established in August 2014. Its chairman".

The preferential vote is preferred by voters of parties that are certain participants in the next parliament and who are not faced with the question of whom to vote for, but how to contribute to the fact that more qualified people get into the parliament.




There is such a people

Democratic Bulgaria



We continue the change

Exakta Research Group