Barely more than half of those surveyed said they would vote in favour of the passage of the Icesave agreement, due to be up for referendum 9 April.
RÚV reports on the results of a survey conducted by Market And Media Research for the newspaper Viðskiptablaðið on Icesave.
The results show that even with just weeks to go before the referendum, 23.1% of respondents are still undecided on the matter. 3.9% would not divulge how they intended to vote.
Among those who did respond, about 52% said they intended to vote in favour of the Icesave agreement.
Support for the Icesave agreement was higher among those living in the capital region (58%) than those living in the countyside (43%). 58% of those with university degrees said they intended to vote in favour as well, while 59% of those who only have a primary school education said they intended to vote against it.
Literature on what the Icesave agreement entails will be sent to every home in the country in the coming days.