Eurasia Research’s up-to-date survey revealed shocking results

Kemal Özkiraz shared the January 2021 surveys of Eurasia Research. Özkiraz, who shared the initial data, asked the participants whether they would like an early election in the research conducted with 1460 participants. While 46.3 percent of the participants stated that they wanted early elections run, 12.4 percent said they were undecided.

Kemal Özkiraz, the founder of Avrasya Research, shared a part of the survey conducted in January on his Youtube account. When asked, “Would you support early elections?” participants were classified according to the party they voted for in the 2018 Parliamentary elections.

In the survey conducted, 25.9 percent of the voters who voted for the People’s Alliance said “Yes, I support it”, 63.2 percent said “No, I do not” and 10.9 percent said, “I am undecided.”

While 73.2 percent of the voters who voted for the Nation Alliance supported an early election, 14.5 percent said they did not want an early election, 12.3 percent stated that they were undecided.

While 78.1 percent of the participants who voted for the HDP supported the early elections, 11.3 percent did not, 10.6 percent stated that they were undecided.

While 62.5 percent of the participants who voted for other parties wanted early elections, 19.8 percent stated that there should be no early elections, 17.7 percent were undecided.

Looking at the average, 46.3 percent of the respondents wanted early elections, 41.5 percent did not support early elections, 2.4 percent said they were undecided.

Several questions were asked to the participants who stated that they did not want an early election and asked for an answer whether they participated or not. While the rate of those who say “I oppose early elections because the government is successful” was 31.3 percent, 68.7 percent stated that they did not agree with these sentences.

The percentage of those who agreed with the statement “The government failed but should focus on the economy” was 59.3 percent, while 40.7 percent said they did not support it.

Those who said “the government will not change even if there is an election” were 44.8 percent, while 55.2 percent did not agree.

While 35.1 percent of those agreed with the sentence “I don’t want the government to change if the elections happen”, 64.9 percent stated they disagreed.

 

Source: haberciniz.biz

Translation: Cem Cetinguc