If elections were held in Bulgaria today neither the ruling centre-right party GERB, nor the biggest opposition party, the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), would win a majority in parliament, the results of a survey conducted by polling agency Mediana earlier this month showed.
Some 26% of the respondents said they would vote for GERB, 20% for BSP and 6.2% for the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, the state-run Bulgarian National Television reported on Tuesday.
Bulgaria for the Citizens, a party recently set up by former European Commissioner Meglena Kuneva, would gain 5.5%, the poll indicated.
The poll also showed that Order, Law and Justice (RZS), nationalist party Ataka and the Blue Coalition have suffered serious loss of voter support in the recent months.
Overall, most poll respondents are dissatisfied with the political situation in the country and expect it to deteriorate further, but do not want to provoke a political crisis, social analyst Nikola Kolev commented.