AKO Poll: Smer Top, Ahead of SaS and SNS in Early December

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Bratislava, December 9 (TASR) – If a general election had taken place in early December, it would have been won by Smer-SD on 26.8 percent of the vote (42 MPs), ahead of Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) on 15.8 percent (25 MPs) and the Slovak National Party (SNS) on 14.1 percent (22 MPs), according to an AKO agency telephone poll carried out between December 2-9.

Another five parties would also have made it into Parliament: Kotleba-People’s Party Our Slovakia – 10.1 percent (16 MPs), We Are Family-Boris Kollar – 8.4 percent (13 MPs), OLaNO-NOVA – 8.0 percent (13 MPs), Most-Hid – 7.0 percent (11 MPs) and the Christian Democrats (KDH) – 5.5 percent (eight MPs).

The ethnic-Hungarian SMK party would have remained outside Parliament on 2.9 percent, as would Siet (Network) on 1.1 percent.

The turnout would have reached 74.2 percent.