published: 19.12.2013, 14:04 | updated: 19.12.2013 14:18:11
Prague - The ANO movement of agricultural magnate Andrej Babis would win the Czech general election if held in early December, gaining 22.4 percent of the vote, 2.5 percent more than the runner-up Social Democrats (CSSD), according to the STEM agency´s election model released today.
The Communists (KSCM) would end third, followed by the conservative TOP 09, the Dawn of Direct Democracy, the Civic Democrats (ODS) and the Christian Democrats (KDU-CSL).
The KSCM would gain 17 percent of the vote, 2.1 percent more than what it gained in the October general election.
The Dawn would see its gain rising to 7.6 percent from October´s 6.9.
The CSSD´s December result would be 19.9 percent, compared with 20.5 percent it gained in the October polls.
The gain of TOP 09 and the ODS would also slightly decrease, to 10.9 and 6.9 percent from 12 and 7.7, respectively.
The KDU-CSL would be supported by 6.7 percent of voters, which is almost the same number as in October.
STEM said the CSSD has been harmed by the post-election internal disputes and the complicated government-forming negotiations it leads as the winner of the October elections.
The turnout would be 55.5 percent if elections were held in early December, the poll showed.
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