Ninamedia has published the latest survey, according to which LMŠ is the most popular party, even though the support fell over the previous month. SDS & # 39; ranked second and third to NSi.
If the election was on Sunday, the list would be Marjan Sarac (LMŠ) voted 28% of respondents, which is a good three percentage points less than a month earlier. SDS Janez Janša According to the Ninamedia poll, 13.7 percent would be voted, while the third would be NSi, who would receive 8.2 percent of the support. This is 4.3 percentage points more than in February.
Fourth place would be SD Dejan Židanawhich would be thrown by 8.1 percent of respondents. Followed by Levica with 6.2 percent and DeSUS with 3.1 percent support. 2.4% of respondents would vote for SNS, SAB would receive 1.9% and SLS 1.7. SMC's Mira Cerar, which received the greatest support in the previous term, would only receive 0.4 percent of the vote.
Compared to the February survey, the majority of the party was NSi & # 39; s party, which rose from 3.9 to 8.2 percent. The SDS party achieved 2.1 percentage points. DeSUS has also increased its support.
However, support for other coalition parties is declining. LMŠ was supported by 31.3 percent of respondents in February and 28 percent in March. Support also fell by SMC, from 2.7 to 0.4 percent, SAB from 2.9 to 1.9 and SD from 8.9 to 8.1. Small voters would also have voted for SLS, whose support dropped from 2.5 to 1.7.
The poll did not participate in 5.4 percent of the respondents, while the other party would choose one percent of the respondents. 20.1 percent of respondents do not know who they would vote for.
Based on the identified voters, LMŠ will receive 37 seats in the National Assembly. SDS would receive 18 seats, NSi 11 seats. Ten seats would be given to the SD Party, eight to Levica, and the DeSUS Party would occupy four seats.
How did the government beat?
The Government's work estimates 60.3 percent of respondents as successful, down 9.6 percentage points from February. As a result of her failed work, she estimates 35 percent or 11 percentage points more than in February. I do not know that 4.7% of respondents answered the question of the assessment of government work.
Prime Minister Marjan Šarec is increasingly popular than the President of the Republic Borut Pahor. A European MEP ranked third in the popularity ladder Tanya Fayon, followed by a European Commissioner Violeta Bulc and a member of NSi Ljudmila Novak.
A public telephone survey is for diaryand Radiotelevizija Slovenija From 12 to 14 March, the Ninamedia Agency conducted a sample of 700 people.