Poll: Reform Party Still Most Popular ({{commentsTotal}})


The Reform Party continues to be the political favorite, garnering 29 percent support from those voting-age citizens with a preference in the latest TNS Emor poll, commissioned by Estonian Public Broadcasting.

The Reform Party has led every Emor poll since May.

The Social Democratic Party, Reform's partner in the current governing coalition, was the second-most popular party in the poll, with 26 percent, followed by Center, with 25 percent and the Pro Patria and Res Publica Union (IRL), with 15 percent.

The Reform Party declined most from July - 2 percentage points - while the biggest gainer was the Social Democrats - +2.

Thirty-four percent of the 436 voters interviewed did not have a party preference. The inteviews were carried out between August 13-20. 

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