Specifically, in answer to the question "Which party would you vote for if elections were held on Sunday?", SYRIZA took the lead with 21.2% and ND came second with 17.5%. Support for the remaining parties was as follows: Golden Dawn - 5.3%, Potami - 4.6%, Communist Party of Greece (KKE) - 4.4%, PASOK - 3.9%. A further 8.3% supported 'other parties'.
The poll showed that all parties had very low voter support, however, with another 16.7% of respondents saying they were undecided and 12.2% replying that they would not vote at all.
In reply to whether the country should hold early elections, voters appeared to almost evenly divided, with 46.2% replying 'no' and 45% replying 'yes'.
Asked which inspired the most confidence as prime minister, current premier Antonis Samaras took the lead with 35.7%, with SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras receiving 31.9%.