Three days before Greece’s national election and the most recent polls are pointing to a clear win for the opposition party, New Democracy (ND).
According to MRB poll published by newspaper Ta Nea, ND is set to win the July 7 elections close to an absolute majority ranging between 35.4 and-40.4 per cent.
Syriza was seen garnering a maximum of 31.5 per cent of the votes while none of the smaller parties were projected to get more than 10 per cent.
Private television channel Ant1 run another poll which also predicts ND to get a 10.5 per cent lead over Syriza, however with a lower percentage at 35.1.
The latest poll conducted by Metron Analysis on behalf of Alpha TV sees the current opposition securing an absolute majority claiming 155 seats in the Greek parliament. ND is expected to with a 9.4 points difference.
The seven parties that according to Metron Analysis will manage to secure a spot in Parliament are ND at 38.6 per cent, SYRIZA at 29.2 per cent, KINAL at 7.5 per cent, KKE at 5.2 per cent, Greek Solution with 3.4 per cent and DiEM25 with 4.5 per cent.
Meanwhile, polling firm MARC projected that New Democracy would win 156 seats in Parliament, followed by Syriza with 75, KINAL with 22, the KKE with 16, DiEM25 with 11, the far-right Golden Dawn with 10, and Greek Solution with 10.