SYRIZA has a 20 percentage point lead over main opposition New Democracy, according to an opinion poll conducted by Marc for private TV Alpha.
March 19, 2015
Six of ten Greek citizens think positively of the government's handlings according to an opinion poll conducted by Public Issue for the Sunday edition of Avghi newspaper.
March 17, 2015
More than half of German people would favor Greece to leave the euro zone, showed a poll published on Friday.
GlobalPost: March 13, 2015
A majority of Greek people (64 pct) think positively of the new government's course so far, according to an opinion poll by private company Marc for "Efimerida ton Syntakton" newspaper published Saturday, while 31.4 pct see it negatively/probably negatively.
March 9, 2015
Chances of Greece leaving the euro zone in the next 12 months are the highest since late 2012 even though Athens's financial lifeline has been extended, a survey of investors based mainly in Germany showed on Tuesday.
Reuters: March 3, 2015
The euro zone's bout of deflation will last for most of this year despite the European Central Bank's decision to buy government bonds, according to a Reuters poll that also gave a one-in-four chance of Greece leaving the currency area in 2015.
Reuters: February 11, 2015
A survey has found that 48 per cent of Germans are in favour of Greece leaving the eurozone, compared to only 29 per cent who want them to remain in the currency union.
Breitbart News: February 11, 2015
A majority of Germans favor Greece remaining in the euro zone despite its new leftist government in Athens rejecting austerity, a poll for newspaper Bild am Sonntag showed on Sunday.
Reuters: February 1, 2015
Greek leftist leader Alexis Tsipras told thousands of people gathered in Athens that an end to "national humiliation" was near after opinion polls on Thursday showed his Syriza party pulling ahead three days before an election.
Reuters: January 22, 2015
Greece's anti-bailout opposition party Syriza appears to be gaining momentum with less than a week before Sunday's election, moving further ahead of the conservatives that lead the coalition government in two separate opinion polls.
Reuters: January 19, 2015