Greece’s ruling Socialists still lead; many unsure

ATHENS, July 3 (BestGrowthStock) – Greece’s ruling Socialists would
still be the biggest party despite austerity cuts if an election
were held now with 23.4 percent of the vote, but 40.1 percent of
voters are undecided, a poll showed on Saturday.

The main conservative opposition party would get just 15.6
percent, according to the poll carried out by Kapa Research
between June 30 and July 1 and published in Sunday’s edition of
the To Vima newspaper.

The Socialist party won power last October and elections are
not due until 2013. Opinion polls are a barometer of government
popularity amid deep cuts agreed in return for a 110 billion
euro ($134.6 billion) bailout from the European Union and the
IMF.

(Reporting by Renee Maltezou, editing by Alister Doyle)

Greece’s ruling Socialists still lead; many unsure