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The ruling Reform Party has leaped the Free Party back into second place in TNS Emor's monthly popularity ratings.

ERR radio editor Indrek Lepik said the fresh ratings did not offer a surprise, with the Center Party holding on to top spot with 25 percent.

The Reform Party now has 20 percent, three points more than the Free Party and four more than the Social Democrats.

IRL and EKRE both gathered only nine percent.

“It is worth mentioning that the total support of the government coalition is 45 percent and it has been under 50 percent the entire year,” Lepik said, adding that the Reform Party's own rating was 32 percent at the end of 2014.

In July, the Center Party was backed by 26 percent, while the Free Party enjoyed its best-ever 19-percent rating. The Reform Party was at its joint-worst-ever 18 percent. The Social Democrats scored 16, IRL 8 and EKRE 9 percent.

Editor: J.M. Laats



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