MaltaToday Survey | Labour set for another landslide in European elections

Labour could be poised for a historic 57.8% win against the PN’s 39.1%, a victory that could translate into a gap of almost 49,000 votes

Miriam Dalli is still leading the pack in our latest MaltaToday rankings, followed by Roberta Metsola, Frank Psaila, Alfred Sant, David Casa and Josianne Cutajar
Miriam Dalli is still leading the pack in our latest MaltaToday rankings, followed by Roberta Metsola, Frank Psaila, Alfred Sant, David Casa and Josianne Cutajar

The Labour Party is set for another landslide victory in the European election with MaltaToday’s latest poll giving it a 13-point lead over the Nationalist Party.

The survey released today puts the PL at 41.3% and the PN at 27.9%. Norman Lowell at 1.1% has polled higher than the Democratic Party and Alternattiva Demokratika together.

Excluding those who said they will not vote or are undecided will give the PL a historic 57.8% against the PN’s 39.1%. This would translate into a gap of almost 49,000 votes.

The trust barometer shows Joseph Muscat running at 50.6%, against Adrian Delia’s 22.8%. The PN leader is not trusted by a third of PN voters.

The MEP candidate rankings confirm PL MEP Miriam Dalli in the lead, followed by PN MEP Roberta Metsola. PN candidate Frank Psaila is now third, followed by PL MEP Alfred Sant.

The survey was carried out on an expanded sample of 849 respondents between 9 and 15 May.

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