These would be the results if parliamentary elections were held today
45 percent of respondents would turn out, 35 would not, while 20 percent have no stance
If parliamentary elections were to be held today, along with the still convincing SNS, the SPS, the SzS and the PSG would also enter the Assembly. The closest to the five percent threshold would be Aleksandr Sapic's SPAS, shows the latest poll by Faktor Plus agency.
According to daily Blic, the poll shows that the SNS would win 52.9 percent of votes, the Alliance for Serbia (SzS) 10.1, the SPS 9.8 percent, while a possible coalition of the Free Citizens Movement (PSG) and the Party of Modern Serbia would bring in 6.5 percent of the vote.
The closest to the census would be the Serbian Patriotic Alliance (SPAS) of Aleksandr Sapic, which would win 4.1 percent.
The agency's survey added that the Party of United Pensioners would receive 3.6 percent of the vote and that it's unlikely it will go to the polls on its own, while the Serbian Radical Party would receive 3.2 percent.
The Metla ("broom") 2020 Movement has 2.4 percent support, while all other parties, including those of national minorities, would together receive 7.4 percent of the vote, according to the poll.
45 percent of respondents would turn out, 35 would not, while 20 percent have no stance.
Asked if they believe newspaper articles that concern affairs involving politicians, 40 percent said they do not, 30 percent do, 21 percent believe these stories very rarely, while 9 percent refused to answer.