‘AKP votes fell to 30 percent in September due to economic crisis’ – analyst Yeşilada

“The core voters of the AKP, I mean the religious-conservative people, are around 26-30 percent. The rest constitutes of right-wing voters and poor voters tied to the party via ‘clientelism’,” Yeşilada said, adding that he had in his hands two polls conducted for private clients.

“The votes of the AKP, which only fell by two points in August, dropped to 30 percent at the end of September and shrank to its core voters due to economic turmoil,” Yeşilada said.


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