The moment anchovy goes to the poplar!
Opinion research companies are more or less a compass in this direction. But in recent times those companies have become unreliable. This is not me, but the state's highest name, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says; “Let me tell you something very clear, these surveys and so on, I don't have much confidence in them. Because we saw in the previous elections, one of them maybe close. However, I know that many political parties have applied to public opinion polling companies in the March 31, 2019 local elections as well.
For: political party leaders can make comments and make predictions about the votes they will receive before the elections. They may even set ambitious targets.
The Nationalist Labor Party (MÇP), led by Alparslan Türkeş and the Islahatçı Democracy Party (IDP), led by Aykut Edibali, were the National Opinion Leaders. Dr. Necmettin Erbakan-led Welfare Party (RP) lists, the elections decided to participate in the election…
President Turgut Özal's account in the early elections was as follows; “To be able to stop the misfortune of the ANAP government led by Mesut Yılmaz and leave RP and MÇP under the dam to gain some of his deputies to his old party…”
- “Süleyman Demirel means ... Prime Minister does not come out of Rize. How could it not? We will raise the anchovy to the poplar and the Prime Minister from Rize! ”
The candidate of ANAP was İlhan Kesici, DYP's candidate Bedrettin Dalan, SHP's Zülfü Livaneli and DSP's Necdet Özkan. The Welfare Party nominated Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
The main topic of discussion on private television channels was who would take Istanbul; İlhan Kesici, Bedrettin Dalan or Zülfü Livaneli? The basın general press neredeyse almost did not mention Recep Tayyip Erdoğan; Even if it was written, it was written against it.
Interviews with the other candidates were given from the first page, headline and inside. Erdogan's interviews, on the other hand, were literally ”stamp-like”.
But all these attacks and publications have largely backfired, especially the broadcasts alleging that the house in which he lived was illegal, brought Erdogan closer to the poorer parts of the city.
The Welfare Party received a total of 5 million 340 thousand 969 votes in the provincial parliamentary elections. Voting rate increased to 19.0 percent. 6 metropolitan (Istanbul, Ankara, Diyarbakir, Erzurum, Konya, Kayseri), 22 provinces, 92 districts and 207 towns, has won a total of 327 mayors.
Istanbul Welfare Party candidate Erdogan 973.704 (25.19 percent), ANAP candidate Ilhan Kesici 855.897 (22.14 percent), SHP candidate Zulfu Livaneli 784.693 (20.30 percent), DYP candidate Bedrettin Dalan 597.462 (15.45 percent), DSP candidate Necdet Ozkan 478.612 percent 12.38).
I want to express; On the way to the March 31, 2019 elections, there can of course be predictions in politics! But these predictions and accounts may not always hold!
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