Early results in Greece’s parliamentary election suggest the two main parties have suffered dramatic losses.
With 11% of the vote counted, centre-right New Democracy is in the lead with 22%, down from 33.5% in 2009.
Centre-left Pasok is in second place with 16%, down from 43.9% in the last elections. Syriza, a left-wing coalition, is in third place with 15%.
Pasok and New Democracy, in coalition since last November, were expected to lose support to anti-austerity parties.
There is widespread anger across Greece to harsh measures imposed by the government in return for international bailouts.
Earlier, exit polls put Syriza – which opposes the government’s austerity measures – in second place, narrowly ahead of Pasok.