The order of Finnish political parties remained unchanged in the HS survey

Support for the Social Democrats rose 0.9 points to 19.4 percent, the best result in a poll since April 2021. Basic Finns, on the other hand, are projected to get 18 percent of the vote after a rise of 0.2 points in popularity. .

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The popularity of the Center Party fell 0.6 points to 11.9 per cent, the Left Alliance 0.1 points to 7.6 per cent, the Swedish People’s Party 0.2 points to 4.3 per cent, the Christian Democrats 0.3 points to 3.3 per cent and the Movement. Now 0.1 points to 2.1 percent. Green, on the other hand, rose 0.4 points to 10.5 percent.

Kantar TNS was interviewed on 18 October-15 November. a total of 2,402 people.

The results of the survey seem to contradict YLE’s 4.11. with the results of a survey published by Sakari NurmelaKantar TNS’s research director declined to comment on other survey results, but recalled that random variability is a natural feature in sample surveys.

– Opinion polls have varied from time to time, but the main trend has been roughly the same, he told Helsingin Sanomat.

He also underestimated the importance of the prime minister’s so-called boomer post Sanna Marin (SDP). Understandably, however, he added, analysts were eager to read a somewhat controversial social media post because there was a common shortage of such journalistic treats.

“The Social Democrats have picked up the pace in our data over the last couple of weeks,” Nurmela said. “It seems that people who did not make their position known after the late summer municipal elections have returned their support to the party. The number of people who refrained from disclosing their position is now less than a couple of months. “

“In the end, things that are close to people affect popularity,” he added. “Things that affect your own well-being. That’s where I’ll start looking for change. “

Nurmela said the centre’s difficulties seem to have their roots Juha Sipilä. “The problems have not yet been resolved, and that shows up as a popularity issue.”

Aleksi Teivainen – HT

Source: The Nordic Page





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