A new survey by pollsters Kantar Emor shows the most popular party in August was the Reform Party with 30 percent support but the Social Democratic Party (SDE) increased its support the most compared to the previous month.
The Reform Party was supported by 30 percent of respondents in August, a one percentage point decrease compared to July's poll.
Emor's poll put both the Center Party and EKRE on joint second place with 17 percent support each. EKRE's support fell by one percentage point, the Center's was the same as the previous month.
They were followed by the non-parliamentary Estonia 200 and the Social Democratic Party with 14 and 13 percent support, respectively. Estonia's 200 support did not change but the SDE increased their support by four percentage points.
Isamaa polled at percent while the Estonian Greens were on two percent. The Biodiversity Party and the Free Party, which decided to merge on August 20, both still measured one percent in the survey separately.
Reformierakond: Reform Party
Keskerakond: Center Party
EKRE (Eesti Konservatiivne Rahvaerakond): EKRE (Conservative People's Party of Estonia)
SDE (Sotsiaaldemokraatlik Erakond): SDE (Social Democratic Party)
Eesti 200: Estonia 200
Eestimaa Rohelised: Estonian Greens
Vabaerakond: Free Party
Elurikkuse Erakond: Biodiversity Party
Editor: Helen Wright