Nearly 55 percent of voters would vote for the ruling Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) if parliamentary elections were held on Sunday, according to Faktor Plus’s latest poll.
The opposition Alliance for Serbia (SzS) would receive 11.8 percent of the vote, and the Socialist Party of Serbia (SPS) a member of the ruling coalition would get 10.1 percent, Tanjug is reporting from “the Political Barometer April 2019.”
The opposition Movement of Free Citizens (PSG) would also win seats in the National Assembly with 5.4 percent of votes.
All other parties and coalitions would be left under the five percent threshold, including Party of United Pensioners of Serbia (PUPS) (3.5 percent), SPAS-Aleksandar Sapic (3.2 percent), the Serbian Radical Party (SRS) (3.1 percent).
If elections were held on Sunday, 47 percent of voters would go to the polls, while a third of the electorate (29 percent) would not vote. 24 percent of respondents said they either “didn’t know whether they would turn out or had no position” on participating in elections. Faktor Plus carried out the poll April 7-11, with 1,000 respondents taking part.