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An opinion poll published on Tuesday gives SYRIZA a 0.5 percentage point lead over New Democracy. The Pulse RC survey for the weekly To Pontiki newspaper puts the leftist opposition party of Alexis Tsipras on 22 percent, against 21.5 percent for the conse... ...

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