Survey reveals sect members' political preferences

Survey reveals sect members' political preferences

PanARMENIAN.Net - On April 13, Exit Poll sociological research center presented to the journalists the findings of its “How are voters guided in their choice” survey.

Representative of the center Levon Andreasyan said initially they did not intend to publish the findings, but being concerned about some of the results, decided to voice these issues.

“195 out of 2710 respondents are members of different religious organizations,” Andreasyan said at a press conference.

“All of them were unanimous in their decision to vote for an opposition party,” expert said, without, however, specifying the party.

Exit Poll center conducted the research in Yerevan and Armenia's provincial centers on March 22 -April 8, by order of Political and Social Research Institute for Black Sea-Caspian Region.

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