published: 21.10.2013, 18:27 | updated: 21.10.2013 18:44:53
Prague - Czech voters would send seven parties to the Chamber of Deputies in the October 25-26 early general election while the Social Democrats (CSSD) would win with 26 percent followed by the Communists (KSCM) with 18 percent, according to a STEM poll released today.
Third position would go the ANO movement of billionaire Andrej Babis with 16.5 percent according to the CVVM election model.
The former centre-right government parties, TOP 09 and Civic Democrats (ODS), would obtain 9 percent and 6.5 percent of the vote, respectively.
The Christian Democrats (KDu-CSL) and senator Tomio Okamura´s Dawn of Direct Democracy would each get 5 percent, which is the parliamentary barrier.
Other parties would not cross the threshold. The Party of Citizens´ Rights - the Zemanites (SPOZ) would gain 3.5 percent of the vote, the Czech Pirates 2.5 percent and the Green Party (SZ) 2.0 percent.
Other parties would get around 1 percent of the vote.
Turnout would be 63 percent, according to the poll, conducted on October 7-14.
The poll authors said this survey cannot be compared with the previous ones because of a different method of questioning people used.
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