Poll: Parliamentary Elections in Armenia

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Since this is coming from Armnews TV, which is known to be linked with Armenia’s President Serzh Sargsyan, we can almost be sure, that his Republican party is pretty much content with getting 34 percent of the parliament seats, which will give them a clear majority in parliament if they also win most of the sits via majoritarian system, where in most cases Republican-backed oligarchs are contesting elections.
The 9 percent for Armenian National Congress adds an interesting touch to the survey too.
PS: Unzipped blog raised some doubts about the validity of Gallup polls in Armenia, but from what I checked on Gallup website, this seems to be genuine.
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Artur Papyan

Journalist, blogger, digital security and media consultant


  1. When is this spectacle going to take place?

    1. The elections are slated for May 6. There’s going to be an exit poll as well. And from what we’ve seen of polls and elections in Armenia, I’m gessing that with this poll we’re pretty much seeing what’s Serzh Sargsyan’s master plan about distribution of parliament sits after the elections :))

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