Turkey : Poll shows AKP support drops, low support to peace talks / Read POLL Results

3.2.2014 – BasNews – A recent poll conducted by Gezici Company demonstrates support to ruling Justice and Development Party has dropped and not a large part of the Turkish society back peace talks between government and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), Dogan news agency.

The survey achieves form 5295 persons in 36 provinces. * Which party would you vote for if there were a parliament election today?

Ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) 43.3%

Republican people’s party (CHP) 28.2%

National Movement Party (MHP) 17.5%

Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) 9.9%

BDP is seeing a 3 percent increase in its votes, showing a great victory for the party and the PKK.

* Which party would you vote for if there were municipality elections today?

AKP  40%

CHP 31%

MHP 19%

BDP 8%

Again a failure to AKP and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

* Do you support National Intelligence Organization’s (MIT) negotiation with the PKK jailed leader Abdullah Ocalan?

28 percent yes

72 percent No

* Do you believe the PKK would lay down its arms and leave Turkey soil?

15.4 percents yes. PKK will do it.

86.4 No, I don’t believe so.

* Do you trust Turkey’s judiciary system?

38 percents yes

62 percents No  

* What’s Turkey’s most important crisis?

Joblessness 32 percents

Terror 26 percents

Education 16 percents

Financial corruption 15 percents

Human Rights 9 percents

* What political figure do you think is better to be Turkey’s president?

Abdullah Gul 29.2 percents

Kemal Kilicdaroglu (CHP leader) 27.8 percents

Erdogan 22.2 percents