A total of 28.7% of the respondents will vote for the “Armenia” bloc headed by ex-president Robert Kocharyan, 25.2% for the ruling Civil Contract Party, and 10.8% for the “I Have the Honor” bloc, said Aram Navasardyan, director of the Gallup International Association in Armenia, according to local media.

Navasardyan on Friday announced the results of their survey as to which political party or bloc the Armenian citizens will vote for in Sunday’s snap parliamentary elections.

“According to the survey, 5.4% of the respondents will vote for the Prosperous Armenia Party, 5.2% for the Bright Armenia Party, 2.8% for the Shirinyan-Babajanyan Democrats Bloc, 2.6% for the Republic Party, 1.5% in favor of the Armenian National Congress, 1.2% in favor of the ‘Our Home is Armenia’ party, 1.0% in favor of the “5165” National Conservative Movement, 0.8% in favor of the “Armenian Homeland” party, 0.7% in favor of the National Democratic Pole, 0.6% in favor of the Fair Armenia Party, 0.4% in favor of the Sovereign Armenia Party, 1.1% for another, 5.2% of the respondents of the survey refused to respond, 2.7% of the respondents responded, ‘none,’ 4.1% of the respondents found it difficult to answer,” Navasardyan added.