Its popularity has thus fallen by 4.4 points since November 2022.
With the percentage of Finnish fundamentalists and social democrats falling by 0.1 percentage point to 19.2 percent, the difference between the three largest parties is at most 0.6 points – a margin that is well within the poll’s margin of error of about 2.1 points. compete for the right to have the first stab at forming the next dominant coalition.
According to Helsingin Sanomat, the leadership of the coalition is responsible for approximately 20,000 votes.
Support for the center rose 0.7 points to 11.4 percent, another big change in the survey. However, the centre-right party needs to get 2.4 points to double the results of the 2019 general election.
According to the survey, the Green Alliance and the Left Alliance are also still in a tight competition for the position of the fifth largest party. The former is predicted to get 8.4 and the latter 8.3 percent of the votes. The support of the Greens is currently 3.1 points lower than the 11.5 percent vote share it achieved in 2019.
The support of the Swedish People’s Party and the Christian Democrats was 4.5 and 4.0 percent, respectively. Movement Now, on the other hand, saw its popularity drop by 0.3 points to 1.9%. The support of parties outside the parliament continued to rise and rose from 2.7 percent in the previous survey to 3.3 percent.
Kantar Public interviewed 2,002 people for the survey between 9 and 25. March. Published on March 21, the previous survey was conducted between February 13 and March 17.
Helsingin Sanomat reported on Tuesday that according to survey data, 34 percent of voters may still change their minds and seven percent of voters will abstain from voting. Nearly six in ten (59%) respondents said they would not consider either on Election Day.
Aleksi Teivainen – HT
Source: The Nordic Page