Robert Kocharyan’s Hayastan Dashinq leads Nikol Pashinyan’s Civil Contract Party as the Hayastan Dashinq continues to see a rise in its stock in the lead-up to the snap elections set for June 20, according to a fresh survey conducted by Gallup International.
According to the latest results, 24.1% will vote for the Hayastan Dashinq – led by second President Robert Kocharyan, 23.8% for the Civil Contract party – led by acting PM Nikol Pashinyan, said Aram Navasardyan, Director of the Gallup International Association in Armenia.
He added that compared to the results of the previous respective survey, the popularity rating of the Hayastan Dashinq has increased by 3.5%, and that of the Civil Contract party—by 1.4%.
About 51-52% of the respondents of the survey evaluated the work of the Armenian police negatively, and when evaluating the work of political figures in Armenia, Ombudsman Arman Tatoyan received the highest evaluation, whereas the respective evaluation of all the others is negative, per News.am.
Artur Vanetsyan’s “I Have the Honor ranked third as 7.4% of voters said they are ready to vote in their favor. Gagik Tsarukyan’s Prosperous Armenia has 3.7% and Edmon Marukyan’s Bright Armenia, 3.1%,” said Navasardyan, adding that an estimated 9.2% of respondents gave zero preference to any alliance or party.
Aram Navasardyan, the Director of the Gallup International Association in Armenia presented the results of the latest poll to told reporters on Friday. The survey was conducted in all regions of Armenia and in the capital from June 7 to 10. A total of 1,103 respondents were interviewed, per Tert.am. If the elections were held next Sunday, the picture would be exactly that, Navasardyan added.
Respondents were asked to rate their attitude towards political and public figures on a scale from 1 to 5 (in ascending order), the respondents gave the most points – 3.8 – to the Ombudsman Arman Tatoyan. And about. Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinyan earned 2.5 points in the personal rating, Robert Kocharyan – 2.3 points, Armen Sarkissian – 2.3 points, per Sputnik Armenia.
Gagik Tsarukyan – 2.1 points, Serzh Sargsyan – 1.8 points, Aram Sargsyan – 1.8 points, Edmon Marukyan – 1.8 points, Levon Ter-Petrosyan – 1.6 points. The lowest mark was given to Artur Vanetsyan.
According to the survey, 53.9% of respondents will vote in the elections, 10.3% are likely to vote. 12.8% are more likely to not take part in the elections, 22.7% will not vote, 0.4% found it difficult to answer this question, 9.2% are not going to vote for anyone, 9.2% of respondents noted that they would vote against everyone.