The National Coalition Party leads Yle’s last party support poll before the local elections with 19.6 percent support.
The Finnish Party was in second place with 18 per cent and the Social Democrats in third place with 17 per cent.
The Social Democrats fell the most in the poll, and their support fell 1.1 percentage points at a time when the party was scandalous over the prime minister’s breakfast expenses.
The Finnish party fell 0.2 percent, and a scandal over party elections targeting immigrants in social housing hit the headlines at the same time.
The Center Party won the most in this poll, with their support growing by 1.3 percent.
However, it is within the error margin of 1.9 percentage points in the survey.
The economic survey interviewed 2,965 people from May 5 to June 8.
Source: The Nordic Page