World Bulletin / News Desk
One of Turkey's main think tanks, KONDA, has released the much awaited predictions for Turkey's local elections on March 30.
According to data collected on March 22-23, KONDA predicts that the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) will take the most seats with 46% of the vote. Meanwhile, Turkey's second biggest party, the Republican People's Party (CHP) is predicted to be runner-up with 27% of the votes.
Right-wing National Movement Party (MHP) is predicted to come third with 15% while pro-Kurdish Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) is seen to be predicted with 7% of the vote. Other parties are predicted to share the remaining 5%.
The data was collected across 33 of Turkey's 81 provinces after interviews with 3,670 participants.
KONDA is known for its accurate predictions in Turkey, having been the most accurate think tank in the 2011 general elections.Last Mod: 27 Mart 2014, 13:38