Bratislava, December 14 (TASR) – If a general election were held in November, Smer-SD would have come out on top with 25 percent, followed up by Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) party with 14.5 percent and Ordinary People (OLaNO) with 10 percent, whereas Most-Hid would have failed to make it into Parliament, according to a poll conducted by Median SK agency.
Slovak National Party (SNS) would have ended up fourth on 9 percent of votes, followed up by We’re Family party and far-right People’s Party Our Slovakia (8 percent each) and, finally, Christian Democratic Movement (KDH/5 percent).
Among parties failing to make it to the Parliament would have been Most-Hid (4.5 percent), ethnic Hungarian SMK (4 percent), Together-Civic Democracy (3.5 percent) and Progressive Slovakia (3.5 percent). Other parties would have garnered together 2.5 percent of votes.
According to the poll, the voter turnout would have stood at 54 percent.
The poll was conducted on a sample of 1,020 respondents from November 5-27.