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Orban: PNL leads in all surveys at a distance from the second place, which is PSD


The chairman of the National Liberal Party (PNL – at rule), Ludovic Orban considers that the party is first in the preference of the electorate, with scores of over 36% and ten percentage points before the political body on the second place, PSD ( social-democratic party, in opposition). ‘ Today the National Liberal Party is by far the first, a very stable position and those who try to create the perception that PNL is on the fall use wrong indicators’ Orban says.

Orban explained that as the chairman of PNL ‘ ordered constantly opinion surveys’ with ‘ very serious companies’ without making public the results of the surveys.

 ‘I’ve said, in exchange, when false data are presented, those data and the situation is different. I remind  you the situation before the Europarliamentary elections, when almost everybody said PSD – over 30% and PNL – 20% hopefully (…) second, manipulation. There was a moment when PNL surpassed 40%, confortably, let’s say. That was the moment of emotion after the victory of president Iohannis in presidential elections, which was a moment of emotion. Any sociologue, any analyst knows it  is not good to have surveys at such moments, it is good to let some time go by – a month  and a half before things get to normal. PNL is today at a percentage between 36 and 40% on a larger scale than a band of one of two percentage points, and this is due to the fact that we are governing in a period of crisis, of emotion, in a period where the volatility of the political options is higher than in a period of stability’ stated Orban.

He mentioned that PNL leads in all surveys which PNL commissioned.’ At a distance of at least ten percentage points from the second place, which is PSD’.

He also mentioned that there are political bodies which commission opinion surveys with profile companies ‘ which are already disqualified’ with sociological research which they presented before the elections.