We Knowed Ali Koç’s Vote Rate 3 Months Ago
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We Knowed Ali Koç’s Vote Rate 3 Months Ago

After the Fenerbahçe Elected Ordinary General Assembly, Ali Koç was elected president with a rate of 75 percent, and the rate of votes he received in the congress surprised a great number of people. Results are not a surprise to many in Turkey For Marketing Türkiye. Research carried out in the March issue because Aksoy Research’s for Marketing Türkiye, “Ali Koc Fenerbahce Chairman Survey” results were revealed with a deviation of 1 percent.The research carried out by Aksoy Research on behalf of Marketing Türkiye analyzed the young businessman’s presidential candidacy for Fenerbahçe through the eyes of the fans.

3 out of every 4 people said “Koç”

“Which of the two candidates will run the club better?” When asked, 76 percent of the participants answered Ali Koç, while only 24 percent answered Aziz Yıldırım. It was one of the surprising results of the research that the rival fans also agreed on Ali Koç’s management to a large extent. 83 percent of Fenerbahçe supporters, 85 percent of Beşiktaş supporters and 64 percent of Galatasaray supporters stated that Ali Koç would rule Fenerbahçe better than Aziz Yıldırım.

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