Ljubljana – The latest public opinion poll by Parsifal sees the leading Democrats (SDS) slipping among decided voters, while the closest pursuer, the Freedom Movement, are improving are narrowing the gap. Almost 18% of the respondents are undecided.
Among the decided respondents, the SDS would get 27.5% of the vote, which is 3.8 percentage points less compared to last week, while the Freedom Movement improved by 3.2 points to 25.4%.
The Social Democrats (SD) gained 1.6 percentage points to 10.9% for third place, shows the telephone poll for the news portal Siol and the television stations Nova24TV and Planet TV among 937 adults between 4 and 6 April.
Four more parties would make it to parliament – New Slovenia (up 2.8 points to 6.4%), the Left (up 0.3 points to 4.7%), the Connecting Slovenia alliance (down 3.1 points to 4.6%) and the Marjan Šarec List (down 0.3 points to 4%).
Below this threshold are the Alenka Bratušek Party (3.3%), Resni.ca (3%), Our Land (2.7%), National Party (SNS; 2.5%), Our Future and Good State (1.8%), Pirate Party (1.4%), Pensioners’ Party (1%) and Vesna (0.9%).
Almost 18% of the respondents said they did not know which party they would vote for, and 6.2% said would not go to the polls at all.