BBC News reports: Greece’s right-wing New Democracy and left-wing Syriza parties are almost neck-and-neck after parliamentary elections, exit polls suggest.
New Democracy, which broadly supports a European bailout deal, looked to be almost tied with Syriza, which opposes the measure.
The outcome could decide Greece’s future inside the euro.
The election was the second in six weeks, called after a 6 May vote proved inconclusive.
The two main parties are thought to have polled between 27 and 30%, the exit poll showed.
But though the result could be almost a dead heat, the party that does come out on top will receive an extra 50 seats.
The BBC’c Chris Morris says that with the parties so close, the cliche that “every vote counts” has never been more true.