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If elections for the National Assembly are held on February 5, GERB-SDS

The Union of Democratic Forces (UDS) is a Bulgarian right-wing political party, the successor of receives 26.6% support, "We continue the change

Kiril Petkov and Asen Vasilev presented their political project "We continue the change" (PP) - 16.4%. The third position is reserved for DPS

The Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) is a centrist political party in Bulgaria, enjoying 12.8% of the vote.

This is indicated by a national survey in the period from January 30 to February 4, 2023 by "Exacta Research Group", conducted by the "face-to-face" method among 1,050 adult Bulgarians in 70 settlements of the country.

A stratified two-stage sample with a quota according to basic socio-demographic parameters was used.

The research was carried out with own funds within the framework of the research program of "Exakta".

In elections today "BSP

The Bulgarian Socialist Party (abbreviated BSP) is for Bulgaria" is the fourth political force with 12% support." Revival

Vazrazhdane is a political party in Bulgaria, founded in August 2014. Its chairman" ranks next with 10%, and "Democratic Bulgaria

"Democratic Bulgaria" is a center-right political union composed of" (DB) with 7.3%. "Bulgarian Rise

"Bulgarian Rise" defines itself as a national conservative political party, but "(BV) takes 4.2% of the electoral support, according to the data of "Exakta". "There is such a people" remains below the 4 percent barrier

"There is such a people" is a political party in Bulgaria, created by the Bulgarian Television (ITN), VMRO and NDSV.

"Despite the possibility of voting with a paper ballot in the upcoming elections, 88% of Bulgarians assume that fewer people will go to the polls in April this year compared to those who voted in the parliamentary vote in October 2022. ", comment from "Exakta".

According to 60% of the interviewees, our country needs new parties, different from the previous ones.

This is stated more often by women, low-educated and poor respondents, residents of small towns and villages, and generally people who have high expectations of new political subjects, the results of the survey indicate.

A quarter of the interviewees assume that the NDSV can enter the next parliament.

According to 76%, this is not possible.

People over the age of 50 and residents of the capital believe in the good performance of the NDSV more often.

About a fifth of the voters of the major parties allow the possibility of the NDSV entering the next parliament and see in this an opportunity for a political partnership, the data show.

The joint appearance of PP and DB in the upcoming elections is approved by nearly 40% of the interviewees in the present study - more often by women, by graduates, by people between the ages of 30 and 60, and by residents of the capital.

Among 60%, there are skeptical sentiments, which are most pronounced among GERB voters.

The question remains whether the coalition will achieve a result with "added value" or whether its election result will be below the line of the mechanical sum, also analyzed by "Exakta".

A month before the start of the election campaign, the attitudes towards the upcoming parliamentary vote show a stable electoral condition of the GERB and a certain reduction in the electoral weight of the PP, the data show.

"Given the events and scandals (not only internal politics) that preceded and accompanied the field work on this research, the registered public attitudes a month before the official start of the election campaign are an important guide", commented Exakta.

For the last month, the approval of President Rumen Radev's work continues to decrease

Rumen Georgiev Radev is a Bulgarian military man, major general from the reserve.

Former commander of.

However, it remains a higher share of his disapproval (48%:39%).

The majority of BSP voters approve of it

The Bulgarian Socialist Party (abbreviated BSP) is, of BV and of ITN.

The evaluations of his work, however, are increasingly polarized and politically colored, reports the agency.

At the very end of the work of the 48th National Assembly, Vezhdi Rashidov

Vezhdi Rashidov is a Bulgarian sculptor, the Minister of Culture in Boyko's cabinet receives significantly more approval for his work as Speaker of the National Assembly compared to the approval of the Parliament as an institution (28%:7%).

Rashidov receives good marks from over two-thirds of GERB voters, as well as from over half of DPS voters

The Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) is a centrist political party in Bulgaria, using, the survey indicates.

For the last month, the approval of the work of the new/old acting Prime Minister, Galab Donev, has decreased by 3%

Galab Donev was born in 1967 in Sofia.

He graduated from the 35th Russian Language High School in Sofia. One third of Bulgarians gave him good marks for his work, and a little over half did not approve of him, the data also show.

People's trust in most party leaders in parliament continues to erode.

On the other hand, the internal party support for them is becoming more and more solid.

At the very end of the work of the 48th National Assembly, the most approved leaders of parliamentary parties continue to be Boyko Borisov

Boyko Metodiev Borisov is the Prime Minister of the Republic of Bulgaria. He was born on June 13, 1959 and Stefan Yanev.

They receive 24% approval each, while the disapproval of Borisov remains significantly higher than that of Yanev.

Support for Boyko Borisov is high

Boyko Metodiev Borisov is the Prime Minister of the Republic of Bulgaria. He was born on June 13, 1959 among the voters of GERB - 94% of them approve of him, commented by "Exakta".

Since the beginning of the year, approval of PP leaders Kiril Petkov has decreased by several points

Kirill Petkov Petkov was born in 1980. He is one of the founders of the Center for Economic and Asen Vasilev

Asen Vassilev was the Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism from March 12 to May 29, 2013. By decree of.

As of February 4, they were approved by 16% of Bulgarians, and their disapproval amounted to 72%.

Both are highly approved by PP voters (by more than 90% of them).

Petkov and Vassilev receive good evaluations mostly from residents of the capital and from educated Bulgarians, the agency notes.

At the beginning of February, Cornelia Ninova

Kornelia Ninova is a Bulgarian politician from the BSP, a member of the Parliamentary Group of the Coalition for and Mustafa Karadayi

Mustafa Karadai - Bulgarian politician from the DPS Mustafa Karadai was born on 05/08/1970.

in the village of Borino, have comparable ratings of approval and disapproval.

They are approved by 15% of Bulgarians, and their disapproval amounts to 75%.

Ninova is supported by 94% of BSP voters

The Bulgarian Socialist Party (abbreviated BSP) is, and Karadai - from 92% of DPS voters

The Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) is a centrist political party in Bulgaria, using, adds Exakta.

Kostadin Kostadinov is approved by 13%, and those who disapprove of him are 72%.

He is supported by 91% of Vazrazhdane voters.

His approval among poor and low-educated residents of small towns is above average.

Hristo Ivanov

He was born on September 13, 1974 in Sofia.

Hristo Ivanov has a master's degree in law from Sofia University, he is approved by 12%, and his disapproval is 70%.

83% of DB voters support him.

Ivanov is approved more often by people of active working age and by educated respondents.

Atanas Atanasov is approved by 8% of Bulgarians, and his disapproval is 69%.

71% of DB voters approve of the DSB leader.

We register above average approval for it among graduates and among residents of settlements outside the capital, "Exakta" also noted, quoted by BTA.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs invited international observers for the elections

Cornelia Ninova

Boyko Borisov

Vezdi Rashidov

Asen Vassilev

Hristo Ivanov

Mustafa Karadai

Rumen Radev

Dove Donev



There is such a people

Democratic Bulgaria



Kiril Petkov

We continue the change

Bulgarian rise

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