A public opinion poll published by MRB on Monday showed leftist opposition SYRIZA maintaining a narrow lead over conservative coalition leader New Democracy on the popularity scale.
eKathimerini: December 16, 2013
“Ochi” (No) Day, when Greece refused to be annexed by a Mussolini-led Italy in 1940, is celebrated in the country as a national holiday, but most prefer to brush aside the fact that Ioannis Metaxas was a dictator.
eKathimerini: November 27, 2013
According to the CNN/ORC survey, 54% say it's a bad thing that the GOP controls the House, and more than six in 10 Americans say House Speaker Boehner should be replaced.
CNN: October 21, 2013
New Democracy (ND) leads by 1.3% over main opposition SYRIZA, according to an opinion poll conducted by Rass for the Sunday edition of Eleftheros Typos newspaper.
October 13, 2013
Most Greeks believe that criminal charges filed against the leader and top officials of Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party are fair and more than half are happy with the government's handing of the case, a poll found on Saturday.
Reuters AlertNet: October 12, 2013
Despite dramatic images of Golden Dawn leader Nikos Michaloliakos shouting defiantly while being led away on charges of belonging to a criminal organization, the party continues to draw support from more than six percent of Greeks in public opinion polls.
October 11, 2013
Support for Greece's far-right Golden Dawn party has dropped since its leader was jailed this week pending trial but it remains the country's third most popular, scoring higher ratings than in last year's vote, an opinion poll showed on Saturday.
Reuters: October 6, 2013
New Democracy (ND) leads by 1.2% over main opposition SYRIZA, while extreme-right Golden Dawn's percentages posted a substantial 2.3% decline
October 1, 2013
A 2.5% decline in extreme-right Golden Dawn's%ages was registered by an opinion poll conducted by RASS for Eleftheros Typos newspaper.
September 23, 2013
A poll indicates that most Greeks believe the party, whose members have been seen giving Nazi-style salutes but reject the neo-Nazi label, threatens democracy.
Ha'aretz: September 23, 2013