A new opinion poll on the elections that Turkey will witness next year revealed a decline in the popularity of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, expecting him to lose the elections against four potential candidates.
The poll, conducted by the Metropol Research Company and the results of which were published by the Turkish newspaper Zaman, indicated that Erdogan lost to Ankara Mayor Mansur Yavas, Istanbul Mayor Ekrem Imamoglu, Iyi Party leader Meral Aksener and Republican People's Party Chairman Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu.
According to the poll, Erdogan received 35.6 of the votes, while Yavas received 54. Erdogan received 37.7 votes, compared to Imamoglu, 51.7 of the votes. Erdogan received 38.8 percent of the votes, compared to Aksener, who received 48 percent, and Erdogan received 39.8 percent, compared to 46.1 he received. Kilicdaroglu.
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