Monday, November 17, 2003

[ELECTIONS 2003] Bad Serbian Omen

Today two of most influential Croatian daily newspapers – Jutarnji list and Večernji list (Vecernji list) – published conflicting results of two opinion polls. While Večernji list, which is perceived as opposition-friendly, claims that right-wing coalition is in tiny lead, Jutarnji list claims the opposite – Račan can expect very tight victory.

However, one indicator – Serbian presidential elections – show that right-wing might indeed greet November 23rd with more confidence. Low turnout is going to match Croatian (to some degree), while Serbian elections showed that right-wing voters tend to be more disciplined.


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