Monday, June 18, 2012

Greece Election Exit Poll Results Show Tight Race

The Greek election has just finished and we're here to report to you the latest happening in the country as exit poll results are coming out.

The results of this national election in Greece is considered to be one of the most crucial factors in determining the future of the Eurozone who is now in a debt crisis.

The Greeks is not just voting who will get the 50-seat position in the 300-member parliament but more importantly, the future of their country with respect to the 17-member Euro currency bloc.

The vote between the conservative New Democracy party who is for the European bailout; and the leftist Syriza, who is planning to denounce the deal and take Greece back to Drachma and out of the Euro is now on a tight race, according to the latest polls, each getting around 27-30 percent of the votes.

However, the latest unofficial polls suggest that New Democracy party holds a narrow edge over Syriza, but many analysts say that it's too narrow to draw any conclusion on what the official results would be.