The ruling centre-right party GERB continues to enjoy highest public approval, a survey conducted by polling agency MBMD showed.
If the elections were held today, some 30.5% of the respondents would vote for GERB, 18% for the opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) and 6.1% for the political formation of former EU Commissioner Meglena Kuneva, state-run Bulgarian National Radio (BNR) reported, quoting data from the survey. The Movement for Rights and Freedoms would gain 5.4%, while the Blue Coalition would attract only 1.7% of the vote.
Nationalist party Ataka would not be represented in the National Assembly as it would win only 1.3% of respondents' vote.
Some 19.4% of the poll respondents said they were determined to skip voting in the next elections.
The economic crisis, unemployment and low incomes are among Bulgarians' biggest concerns, the survey showed.