According to the latest polls before the last elections and at the same time, the ANO movement headed by Prime Minister Andrej Babis will win the elections to the Czech House of Representatives, which will be held in less than a week, with 27.3 percent of the vote. In second place will be the Alliance Together, followed by the Alliance of Pirates, Mayors and Independents (Stan). The CSSD government will not enter the lower house of parliament.
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Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Andrzej Babis.
This follows a poll conducted by STEM agency at the end of September for the Czech news channel CNN Prima News.
The popularity of the YES movement has declined slightly compared to some surveys in recent months. At the beginning of September, the poll predicted yes with 32.4 percent of the vote. Even according to the latest STEM poll, the movement will win over other parties, according to Novinky.cz.
The alliance together (made up of ODS, TOP 09, KDU-ČSL) will take second place with 21.4 percent. This will be followed by a coalition of Pirates and STAN with 17.4 percent of the vote.
Liberty and Direct Democracy (SPD), led by Tomio Okamura (12.3 percent of the vote), will enter the lower house of parliament. The Communist Party of Bohemia and Moravia (KSČM) would also fight for it with a profit of 6.5 percent. The threshold of five percent of the vote required to elect the lower house will be narrowly exceeded by Robert Šlachta’s right-wing movement (5.7 percent).
On the other hand, the current government, the Czech Social Democratic Party (CSSD), which will receive only 4.4 percent of the vote, will not enter the council. In this context, Novinky.cz describes that CSSD has been fighting low preferences for a long time, and according to several surveys conducted in recent months, will not enter the room.
According to the latest poll, YES will win 64 seats in the 200-member House, Alliance will take 48, Pirates and STAN will take 39, SPD will take 26, and KSM will get 23 and 23 seats. 10 seats. Novinky.cz describes that both coalitions will not win a majority in the House of Representatives even after their final merger, i.e. 101 votes.
The STEM survey was conducted from September 24-30. It was attended by 1247 respondents over the age of 18. Elections to the lower house of the Czech Parliament will take place on the following Friday and Saturday – October 8 and 9.
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