This is only the first exit poll in 12 hours. According to sociologists, it is usually the pensioners and old people who vote in the morning. The youth will go to the polling stations later in the day, so the data can change, the experts say.
As for now, the Panhellenic Socialist Movement has gained 7.2 percent of votes and the Communist Party of Greece 6 percent. The right-wing Golden Dawn party has got 2.8 percent of support so far and the European Realistic Disobedience Front, as well as the religious-oriented Greek Solution, 3 percent. Such results bring the factions to the verge of getting into parliament.