The ruling Conservatives lead by 13 percent over main opposition SYRIZA in voter intention, according to a new poll by Pulse, conducted on behalf of broadcaster SKAI.


Ruling New Democracy still enjoys a double-digit lead over leftist SYRIZA opposition, a public survey released by Opinion Poll showed on Monday. 


Divergences as well as a significant convergence in the views of Greeks and Turks on a number of issues concerning the relations between the two countries, were highlighted in a public opinion survey organized by the Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP) and the Dianeosis research institute.

A family enjoys an afternoon outdoors at a former factory in the Piraeus suburb of Drapetsona on Sunday. [Panagiotis Tzamaros/InTime News]

The extent of pandemic fatigue among the general public was reflected in the most recent poll on Monday by Pulse on behalf of Skai TV which showed that more than a third of those surveyed called for an immediate easing of the restrictive measures.


Although the vaccine for the coronavirus may become available as early as the beginning of next year, a segment of the population remains unconvinced of its efficacy or use, according to the latest Pulse poll, on behalf of Skai TV.


Seven in 10 Greeks are worried about the course of the pandemic, with the same rate expressing concern with Turkish aggression in the East Mediterranean, according to a new opinion poll, which gives ruling New Democracy an 18 percentage point lead over leftist SYRIZA.


Six in 10 Greeks are satisfied with the government’s response to the crisis in Greek-Turkish relations, according to a new opinion poll which gives ruling New Democracy a strong 17.5 percentage point lead over leftist SYRIZA.