Latest poll: If elections were held on Sunday, only 2 parties would cross "old threshold"
A quarter of respondents state having no option they would choose as the reason why they would not vote, 22 percent say they never vote, while 19 percent are waiting for someone they trust to run
If parliamentary elections were held on Sunday, the list gathered around the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) would win about 60 percent of the votes, and only the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) would pass the "old" threshold of 5 percent (needed to win seats in parliament), shows a survey commissioned by the Blic newspaper and carried out by the Faktor Plus agency.
The rating of the Socialist Party of Serbia is dropping slightly, and that party would have won 8.3 percent of votes if the election was held on Sunday.
What's interesting is that the third strongest is another ruling party, the Serbian Patriotic Alliance with 4.3 percent, and also the last party, not counting the ones representing national minorities, which entered the parliament in the June elections.
At this moment, the strongest opposition party is Dosta je Bilo with 3.8 percent support.
The Democratic Party of Serbia and POKS in an alliance have about the same as the simple sum of their election results, not counting the boycott.
As many as a quarter of respondents stated having no option they would choose as the reason why they would not vote, 22 percent say they never vote, 19 percent are waiting for someone they trust to run, while 12 percent feel "disgust towards politics and politicians."
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