TALLINN - Around 37 percent of Estonian inhabitants intend to cast their vote in the upcoming European Parliament elections, a poll by TNS Emor indicates, reports Postimees Online. Forty-six percent of people of the age of 51 or more and 48 percent of people with higher education said that they would definitely cast votes in the elections.Nationality or gender didn’t affect the responses. Election activity is lowest among people with low incomes. Those living in cities are more likely to cast their votes.In the EU-wide elections, the center-right EPP group has pulled ahead ...
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