If elections for Serbia’s National Assembly were held this week, 52.1 percent of citizens would vote for the ruling Serb Progressives (SNS).
This is according to the latest poll conducted by the Ninamedia agency.
The same survey showed that only four other parties would cross the five percent threshold and win seats – the SPS, now a member of the ruling coalition, would get eight percent, followed by the opposition Movement of Free Citizens (PSG – 7.2 percent), the Serb Radical Party (SRS – 5.1 percent), and the Dveri Movement (five percent).
At the same time, 44.7 percent of respondents said they would “certainly” turn out, while 16.7 said they would “probably” go to the polls.
9.2 percent would “probably not” participate in the voting, 15.7 percent were sure of this, while 13.6 percent were undecided.
Asked about their “second choice” of a party to vote for, as many as 44.9 percent of respondents said they had no “second choice.”
Tanjug said that the survey was conducted July 17-28 in the entire territory of the country, using a representative sample of 1,061 respondents.