Poll: Despite losing support, the free movement is still ahead

Ljubljana – The ruling party’s free movement has taken the lead and voted 33% in the June Vox Populi poll commissioned by newspapers Dnevnik and Večer. Almost half of the respondents remain undecided, but the government’s work is considered successful for the first time in two years.

Despite a 5.3 percent drop from May, 33 percent of the free movement is well above the opposition Democratic Party (SDS), with support up 2 percentage points to 21.9 percent.

Opposition News Slovenia (NSi) persuaded 6.7% of respondents, one point more than in May. The left wing has a 5.9% vote (5.5% in May), the Social Democratic Party (SD) 5.8% (6%), and the non-parliamentary party Mariyan Chaleklist (LMŠ) who recently approved a merger with the Free Movement. To win. , 3% (2.5% in May).

If the general election were to take place now, the current coalition would win 54 seats in 90 powerful parliaments, compared to the 53 seats won in the April elections.

The percentage of undecided respondents increased by almost 5 percentage points to 13.5%, with 5.2% voting for other parties and 4.9% not.

Support for the Robert Golob administration is growing. 37.5% of respondents rated their work as successful, 17.2% rated it as unsuccessful, and more than 45% remain undecided.

There is still no firm position as to whether the government can manage price increases.

Once again, President Borut Pahor has risen to the top of the politician’s popularity ranking, pushing Prime Minister Golob to second place. MEPLjudmila Novak remained in third place.

The poll was conducted by Ninamedia from June 14th to 16th among 700 respondents. Poll: Despite losing support, the free movement is still ahead

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