February ratings: Centre narrowly takes back lead from Reform ({{commentsTotal}})

The two biggest parties as represented via the medium of balloon. After last night, the proportions are about right, too.
The two biggest parties as represented via the medium of balloon. After last night, the proportions are about right, too. Source: ERR

Ahead of the 3 March Riigikogu elections, the coalition Centre Party once again topped party ratings at the end of last week, narrowly surpassing the opposition Reform Party, it appears from the results of a survey commissioned by BNS and daily Postimees and conducted by Kantar Emor.

While at the end of January, Centre placed second with the support of 24.4% of respondents, as of 7 February, the party garnered 26.5% suppport, besting the opposition Reform Party, support for which fell from 26.3% to 24.5%.

Third in popularity remains the Conservative People's Party of Estonia (EKRE) with 18.9%, support for whom increased 0.7% since the previous poll.

The coalition Social Democratic Party (SDE) and Isamaa also saw slight gains, earning the support of 11.5% and 8.6% of voters, respectively; at the end of January, support for the two junior coalition parties stood at 9.7% and 7.5%.

Newcomer Estonia 200 also surpassed the 5% election threshold with 6.4% support, down from 7.2% in January.

Falling below the 5% election threshold, support for the the non-parliamentary Estonian Greens stood at 2.2%, and for the opposition Free Party at 0.7%.

From 4-7 February, Kantar Emor surveyed altogether 1,136 Estonian citizens aged 18-84 online.

Editor: Aili Vahtla



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