Gallup's 100% Parallel Count: 2 Parties Change Position from the Initial Election Results

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Bulgaria: Gallup's 100% Parallel Count: 2 Parties Change Position from the Initial Election Results @Radio Free Europe Bulgaria

The sample of 100% of the election protocols of the sociologists from "Gallup International Balkan" is ready.

7 are the parties that will firmly have deputies in the 48th National Assembly.

Here's who they are:

GERB-SDS – 23.5%, the projected mandates are 63;

"We Continue the CHange" – 19.5 percent, the mandates here are 53;

DPS – 15% and 41 mandates;

"Vazrazhdane" - 10 percent support and possible 27 people's representatives;

BSP – 8.9% support and 24 mandates;

"Democratic Bulgaria" - 7 percent and 19 people's representatives;

"Bulgarian Rise" – 4.7% and 13 mandates.

"There Is Such a People" remains below the electoral barrier with 3.8 percent support among the voters.

"Stand up, Bulgaria" with 1.1 percent support. VMRO - 0.8, others - 5.5%.

39.5 percent is the electoral turnout, with the option "I do not support anyone" 3.4% voted

Earlier, the initial election results placed BSP ahead of "Vazrazhdane" and "Bulgarian Rise" below the barrier.

Official and accurate results can be expected tomorrow.

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