This week will be decisive for the outcome of the presidential vote in Austria. According to surveys, in fact, the right-wing candidate Norbert Hofer is favored. The Gallup poll of 600 respondents reveals that Hofer could win with 53% of the vote against 47% of Alexander Van der Bellen, leader of the Greens.
But this result would be obtained on the assumption that all voters participate in the vote. If you did the calculation, however, based on the influx estimates or exclusion of those who are still uncertain, the result would be very different. In fact only 69% of respondents will vote. Based on these certain voters, the two challengers are almost tied, with Hofer, however, still ahead.
In fact, the calculation is based on voters who have no hesitation in their choice sees slight favorite candidate of the right. In the first round, the candidate of the right has collected 35% of the vote, while Van der Bellen 21%.
But the ballot, on the latter accrue almost all the votes of the Social Democrats and even most of those popular, but both reduced to a flicker, having lost more than 70% of their support. Sunday, the verdict of the Austrian polls.