Poll: Smer Would’ve Won Election, Siet Outside Parliament

People at a polling station during the election (stock photo by TASR)

Bratislava, April 8 (TASR) – Had a general election been held in between April 4-7, Smer-SD would have won on 28.8 percent compared to its result on March 5 of 28.3 percent, TASR learnt on Friday.

The poll carried out by AKO agency on the sample of 1,000 respondents indicated that Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) would’ve followed on 16.2 percent. The Slovak National Party (SNS) would have finished third on 13.7 percent, followed by Kotleba-People’s Party Our Slovakia (10.9 percent), Ordinary People-NOVA (6.9 percent), Most-Hid (6.5 percent) and We Are Family-Boris Kollar (5.4 percent).

Following parties would have stayed outside the gates of Parliament: Christian Democratic Movement/KDH on 4.4 percent, the Hungarian Community Party/SMK (3.8 percent), Siet (1.8 percent), the Slovak Communist Party/KSS (0.6 percent), the Slovak Green Party/SZS (0.3 percent), SKOK (0.3 percent), Sanca, the Resistance-Labour Party and SDKU-DS (each on 0.1 percent).

Around 9.1 percent of respondents wouldn’t have gone voting this time, 6.5 percent wouldn’t have known who to pick and 3.7 percent refused to say for whom they would’ve cast their votes.