Erdogan is losing popularity on the eve of the elections

Turkey's sociological organizations conduct surveys of population before the early parliamentary elections of November 1st. The survey results show that supporters of President Erdogan continue to lose popular support, the Turkish media reported. On June 7 for his Justice and Development Party voted 41.5% of voters, but now he can only count on 38.9%.

At the same time, more people are willing to support the opposition: 27.8% - the Republican People's Party (CHP), which in the last elections won 24.95%, and 16.3% - Nationalist Movement Party.

The Kurds, who this year for the first time in history have  overcome a 10-percent barrier will retain its position, and can count on  13.5% of the vote.

52.5 survey participants blamed on Erdogan for the failure to form a coalition government. Only 29.9% of voters blame for this the opposition. Another 17.8% blamed the prime minister Ahmet Davutoglu.

The majority of Turks (66.4%) believe that the re-election were appointed in vain, Erdogan should   give the mandate to form the government CHP the chairman Kemal Kilicdaroglu.

 78.3% of respondents expressed dissatisfaction with Erdogan's plans to expand presidential powers , while 47.8% stated that this will lead to authoritarianism. -02D-

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