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Sorry that I don't bite the poll results but it's just experience. It's a small country and we know the party and robber baron commitments of every single polling company and how they use poll "results" to manipulate voters. And disenchantent voters like to claim they vote otherwise, but in the end they vote one of the two large parties (78% combined in 2009). Now newer polls "say" that the two parties are close to 33% each, while DemAr is all of a sudden very low. In the end we'll get a ND around 40% (and 151+ seats) and a Pasok at around 30% (all of a sudden, after the election of the new party leader). And then business as usual...

"Eurozone leaders have turned a 50bn Greek solvency problem into a 1,000bn existential crisis for the European Union." David Miliband
by Kostis Papadimitriou on Wed Mar 21st, 2012 at 09:59:48 AM EST

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