The Labor Party is currently four percentage points behind Conservative Party, which is no good news for Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg this close to the election.
Had this poll been the result of the actual election, the non-socialist parties would have been granted 105 mandates in government, whereas the socialist parties would have only been given 62 spots.
In the poll, which was done by InFact on behalf of VG, the Labor Party ends up at 27,5 percent, whereas the Conservative Party moves ahead by 0,7 percentage points and ends up at 31,9 percent. The Progress Party gets 14,2 percentage of the votes, which is an increase of 0,6 percentage points since July.
The Labor Party's partner in government, the Socialist Left (SV) does not change, but stay the same at 3,3 percentage points.