The polls say that 69.4 percent of the people have said that they will surely vote. On the other hand 7.1 percent have said that they will certainly not vote. 21.8 percent have also said that they have not made up their mind whether to vote or not.
55.4 percent of the sample group believed that most people will vote, 20 percent believed that they will vote more or less, and 10.3 percent said that a small number will do.
Asked who is more likely to win the elections, 26.9 percent said Qalibaf, 12.1 percent Jalili, 8.2 percent Velayati, 5.7 percent Rezaei, 4.8 percent Rohani, 3.4 percent Aref, 3 percent Haddad, and 0.7 percent Qarazi. 28.4 percent on the other hand had no idea who will win.
The polls also showed that the individuals in the sample group will vote as follows: 18.7 percent to Qalibaf, 6.5 percent to Velayati, 6.7 percent to Jalili, 5.8 percent to Rezaei, 4 percent to Rohani, 3.1 percent to Aref, 2.1 percent to Haddad, and 0.7 percent to Qarazi.
32.9 percent of the sample group had not made up their minds whom to vote for. 18.6 percent refused to provide any answer in this regard.
Asked how well they believed the current administration acted, 45.3 percent answered well or very well, 24.5 percent fifty-fifty, and 25.7 poor or very poor.