A survey conducted by INSCOP Research, reports that if parliamentary elections were held next Sunday, only 43% of Romanians would go to the polls. Another 7.1% of the surveyed will not vote in 2024.
Another 38.2% of the respondents stated that before going to vote in next year’s elections, they will consider consulting with younger people. At the same time, a majority of 77.9% say that it is needed to increase the number of women in Parliament.
As for political preferences, 30,4% of the Romanians will vote for PSD (The Democratic-Socialist Party), 21,6% chose PNL (The Liberal Party), 19,1% tend to vote for AUR (a nationalist party) and 10,9% will vote for USR.
UDMR, the Hungarian minority party, is preferred by 4,3% of the voters, Pro Romania by 3%, and PMP (former Romanian President, Traian Basescu Party) by 2,9%.
At the last INSCOP survey from December 2022, PSD recorded 31.5% of voters (share also recorded in September 2022), PNL – 20.2%, AUR – 18.1%, and USR -10.9%.