Richard Sulík’s Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) party lost three percentage points after leaving the government coalition. This is shown by a comparison of the Ipsos preference survey from August and September of this year. While at the turn of July and August, more than 12 percent of people would vote for SaS, in mid-September it would be just over nine percent. SaS thus ranked fourth in the list of parties behind the non-parliamentary Progressive Slovakia. The support of the other parties remains rather stable. The opposition party Hlas Petr Pellegrini would win the election with 18 percent of the votes, followed by Smer with over fifteen percent. About 11 percent of respondents would vote for the progressives. The agency conducted a survey between September 14 and 20 on a sample of 1,003 respondents, in the form of an internet questionnaire. In addition to the model of electoral support for political parties, it also measured electoral potential, i.e. the set of voters who would be willing to vote for a party under certain circumstances. A loyal core remained to the OĽaNO movement It would reach the parliament in September This article is exclusive content for Denník N subscribers. Are you a subscriber? Log in
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