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ATHENS, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Greece's governing New Democracy conservatives are trailing the opposition PASOK socialists by as much as 7.5 percentage points in opinion polls ahead of the Oct. 4 national election. Current Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis called snap elections for a fresh mandate to pursue bolder reforms to lead the country out of an economic crisis. Whichever party wins will have to deal with a budget deficit topping 6 percent of GDP, the second-highest debt load as a percent of GDP in the euro zone and rising unemployment. Following are key scenarios on the likely impact on economic policy and the market's reaction under different election outcomes: PASOK SOCIALISTS WIN OUTRIGHT PROBABILITY: High Socialists say the economy needs a push to get going again and that fiscal policy should not act as a drag on growth. They promise a 3 billion euro stimulus package for the economy. A new growth and stability plan will be submitted to the EU Commission as the roadmap to get Greece out of the Excessive Deficit Procedure. Public sector pay and pensions are likely to get above-inflation raises.