The ANO movement of former Prime Minister Andrej Babiš would win 30 percent of the vote, a loss of more than one percentage point compared to the survey a month earlier. Second place was awarded to the SPD, which improved from 11.9 percent of the vote in August to 14.3 percent. The ODS fell from 15.5 percent of the vote to third place with the current 14.2 percent.
The government Pirates would get 9.4 percent, other partners from the government coalition TOP 09 and the Mayors and independents have five percent of the votes. With a gain of 4.5 percent of the vote, the People’s Party would remain just outside the lower chamber, but they would gain a larger share of the vote compared to August’s 3.4 percent. Even the Social Democrats, Přísaha or KSČM would not get into the House of Representatives.
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The STEM Agency conducted the survey from September 1 to 8. It surveyed 2,003 Czech citizens through a combination of online and telephone calls.
In the October elections to the House of Representatives last year, the opposition coalition Spolu, formed by the ODS, KDU-ČSL and TOP 09, won by that time, for which 27.8 percent of voters voted. So far, the ruling ANO movement has received 27.1 percent of the vote and, due to the electoral system, one mandate more than Spolu.
At the same time, the pre-election models did not predict the victory of Together, the agencies favored ANO. The coalition of Pirates and STAN finished third, receiving 15.6 percent of the vote. 9.6 percent of voters voted for the SPD. Other candidate parties did not win mandates. The government was formed by the Citizen Democrats, People’s Party, TOP 09, Pirates and STAN. The five parties rely on a majority of 108 votes in the 200-member House of Representatives.
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