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Monday, 23 December 2013

Golden Dawn first with 55,5% on the Athens Municipality

New polls reveal what we knew from long time ago, that the very center of Athens, the most degraded neighborhood of Greece, is going to be the first to be liberated on the first round of the elections! Specifically, comrade Ilias Kasidiaris gathers 55,5% of the Athenian vote. This poll proves that the Greeks trust the Party's program and course of action and that they are enraged by the plot to ban Golden Dawn or to at least bar us from these elections.

This phenomenal percentage is easily explained:


This is NOT the ghetto of Athens. This is only the exterior
 of the Athens University of Economics and Business.

One of the few available photos of the ghetto.

The daily night life of Athens. The HIV is rampant.

Keep in mind that the polls refer only to the announced candidates for Athens. The other major parties still haven't declared a candidate, but it is clear (from the 25,2% "Other" percentage), that the Athenians are not willing to take any chances by voting a moderate leftist or rightist. After all, older polls (Link) showed that the only candidate that could face GD on equal grounds in the Minister of Civilian Protection. It's highly unlikely that they will remove him for the Ministry where he handles the "Golden Dawn terrorism" case just to keep Athens away from our control, so it is safe to say that this will be very close to the actual results of the elections.

Carrying on with the polls, the influx of voters from the two governing and opposition parties, from the Right and the Left respectively, are quite encouraging:



Additionally, the People predict that most possibly Syriza would be the new governing party if elections were held next Sunday. But 9.8% of the People are confident that the next elections will witness our ascension to the "throne" of Hellas.


Those are the first results of a series of polls, and we are waiting for the next polls to come out after the holidays. Two concurrent polls will be giving us very safe predictions regarding the polling trends of the Golden Dawn, Syriza and New Democracy. I can guess that our polling trend is analogous to the harsh mistreatment of the Greek "justice" system. Hail Victory!



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