From Iceland — Conservatives Have Most Support, Albeit Barely

Conservatives Have Most Support, Albeit Barely

Published February 4, 2009

According to a poll conducting by the television channel Stöð 2, the
Conservative Party would receive the most votes if elections were held
today. However, results between different parties bore interesting results.
800 people were called, and of them, 38% were undecided, 6% said they didn’t intend to vote, and 4% declined to respond. In total, the Conservatives received the support of 15% of all those called, tied the Social Democrats. However, among those who responded, the difference between the two parties was 29% and 28% respectively.
The Left-Greens were close behind at 25%, followed by the Progressives in a distant fourth at 14%. Far behind them all was the Liberal Party, with 2%.

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