Poll: Estonia 200 now fifth most popular party ({{commentsTotal}})

Chairwoman Kristina Kallas at the general meeting formally establishing Estonia 200 as a political party. November 2018.
Chairwoman Kristina Kallas at the general meeting formally establishing Estonia 200 as a political party. November 2018. Source: Priit Mürk/ERR

According to an online poll commissioned by Eesti Meedia and conducted by Kantar Emor, the Reform Party and the Centre Party remain Estonia's two most popular parties, with 29% and 24.7% support, however newcomer Estonia 200 has surpassed the coalition Pro Patria Party in popularity.

The opposition Conservative People's Party of Estonia (EKRE) remains in third place with 17% support, although this figure falls below the more than 20% support it saw this summer, reported daily Postimees.

According to Kantar Emor research expert Aivar Voog, the coalition Social Democratic Party (SDE), which currently ranks fourth with 11%, lost support to Estonia 200, which has risen to fifth place with the support of 8.5% of respondents.

Estonia 200, which was only just formally registered as a new party at the beginning of this month, has already beaten out not just other newcomers and smaller parties, whose level of support range from zero to a few percent, but also the coalition Pro Patria Party, who fell to sixth place with 4.6% support.

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Editor: Aili Vahtla



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