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In a recent poll in Turkey, the AKP maintained its lead with 36 per cent of the vote.
Axar.az reports that the statement came from Istanbul Economic Research Director Jan Selchuk.
According to a poll conducted among 1,514 people on June 29-30, the AKP got 36.27 per cent of the vote, the CHP 18.63 per cent, the HDP 10.43 per cent, the MHP 9.5 per cent and the IRI 9.2 per cent.
The DEVA party, founded by Ali Babacan, who left the AKP, had to settle for 2.4 per cent.
10.7% of respondents had difficulty in choosing.
2020.07.02 / 11:14