The ANO movement of former Prime Minister Andrej Babis will win 30 percent of the vote, a loss of more than one percentage point compared to the poll taken the previous month. The Social Democratic Party took second place, improving from 11.9 percent of the vote in August to 14.3 percent. The Democratic State Party has fallen from 15.5 percent of the vote to third place with the current 14.2 percent.
Government hackers will receive 9.4 percent, while other TOP 09 government coalition partners, mayors and independents will receive five percent of the vote. With 4.5 percent of the vote, the People’s Party will remain directly outside the House of Representatives, but it will receive a larger share of the vote compared to 3.4 percent in August. Even the Social Democrats, Přísaha or KSM will not enter the Chamber of Deputies.
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The survey was conducted by STEM Agency from September 1 to 8. 2003 surveyed a Czech citizen through a combination of Internet and telephone calls.
In the October elections to the House of Representatives last year, the opposition Spolo coalition, formed by the Social Democrats, KDU-ČSL and TOP 09, had won by then, with 27.8 percent of voters voting. So far, the ruling ANO movement has received 27.1 percent of the vote and, due to the electoral system, has received one more mandate than Spolo.
At the same time, pre-election models did not predict a win together, the agencies preferred ANO. The Pirates Alliance and STAN ranked third with 15.6% of the vote. 9.6 percent of voters voted for the Social Democratic Party. The other candidate parties did not win the elections. The government was formed by Citizens Democrats, People’s Party, TOP 09, Pirates and STAN. The five parties rely on a majority of 108 votes in the 200-member House of Representatives.
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