The governing Reform Party has managed to recoup some of the sharp losses in popularity it suffered in the past few months, as revealed by the latest poll conducted for ERR by TNS Emor.
The countrywide survey indicated that 23 percent of decided voters would support the Reform Party if elections were held tomorrow, an increase of three percentage points from last month.
A total of 32 percent of respondents said they were undecided.
Reform's popularity started dropping last August, from a high-water mark of 39 percent, eventually falling to just third among the country's three major parties. It remains there still.
The two opposition parties, Center and the Social Democrats continue to lead the polls, each with 26 percent support in February. January's figures were 28 percent for Center and 27 percent for the Soc Dems.
IRL, Reform's coalition partner, brought up the rear with 17 percent support, up from 16 percent in January.
Of parties not represented in Parliament, the Greens were the most popular, with 4 percent support - one percentage point less than the threshold for representation.
The Conservative People's Party had 2 percent.
Emor surveyed 885 voting-age people in their homes.