Conservative Party tops latest poll

The Conservative Party (Høyre) is the nation's largest political party on Opinion Perduco's poll for August, made for the news agency ANB.(Photo: Høyre leader Erna Solberg)

 Høyre has the support of 33 per cent of those asked, up 2.3 percentage points from the previous poll, and now has overall majority together with the Progress Party (FrP), which is up 1.8 points, to 17.4 per cent.

Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg's Labour Party (AP) drops 0.3 points, to 30.4 per cent. Coalition partner Socialist Left (SV) drops 1.2 points to 4.1 per cent, while the third coaltion party, Agrarians (SP) is up 0.4 points, to 4.9 per cent.

The Christian Democrats (KrF) drops 1.9 points, and now has the support of only 4.0 per cent of the elctorate, the same as the Liberal Left (V), which dropped 0.4 points on Perduco's poll.


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