In the survey realized in May 2018, on the question “When do you decide for whom to vote?” around 60 percent of the respondents claim to have made their decision more than a month before general election day, and another 25 percent stated to have made their choice within the last month before elections.
From the data analysis based on age groups, it was noticed that more than half (69%) of the respondents who are 51-year old or older decided for whom to vote more than a month before the Election Day. Also, 64 percent of the respondents who are within the age group 36-50 decided for whom to vote more than a month before the Election Day. This shows that the respondents of older age groups decided for whom to vote earlier than those in the younger age groups. However, 27% of respondents who are 35-year old or younger have made their decision within the last month before elections, while 8% percent of this age group has decided five days before the election, and three percent of this age group has decided on the election day.