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Serzh Sargsyan will receive only 20.7% of votes from Republican Party of Armenia2013-01-30 16:41
Only 20.7% of the electorate of the ruling Republican Party of Armenia is ready to vote for the incumbent President of Armenia Serzh Sargsyan, the leader of the Republican Party, in the presidential election, told the director of the "Sociometer" Aharon Adibekyan.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the IA Aysor, the survey was conducted on January 18-19 among 1,650 adult Armenians.
"4.2% of the electorate of the "Prosperous Armenia" is ready to vote for Sargsyan, 0.1% of the electorate of the opposition ANC, 0.2% of the "Heritage", 0.4% of the "Dashnaktsutyun" and 0.2% of the "Rule of Law", said Adibekyan.
At the same time, he did not rule out the possibility of bribing voters. Nevertheless, he believes that such a move of the pro-government supporters is pointless given the current rating of Sargsyan.
As recalled by the News-Armenia, presidential election in Armenia is scheduled for February 18. The presidency is claimed by the incumbent President Serzh Sargsyan, who is the main favorite of the election, former Prime Minister and leader of the "Freedom" Party Grant Bagratyan, ex-Foreign Minister, Chairman of the "Heritage" Party Raffi Hovhannisyan, known in the Soviet era dissident, party leader of the "Association "National Self-Determination" Paruyr Hayrikyan, former Foreign Minister of Karabakh Arman Melikyan, political scientist Andreas Ghukasyan, epos expert Vartan Setrakian and leader of the "National Accord" Aram Harutyunyan.