Although, the opposition parties have high hopes for next year’s elections in Belgrade, the latest public opinion poll conducted by the Faktor Plus agency shows that they are somewhat right.
If the Belgrade election were held on Sunday, the Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) would win 45.1 per cent of the vote, which is the limit for an absolute majority in the city parliament.
The Party of Freedom and Justice (SAA), formed by Dragan Djilas, would get 9.8 percent, and the Socialist Party of Serbia (SNS) would be third, with 7.1 percent of the vote.
The Ne Davimo Beograd movement would be the fourth, with 6.5 percent, followed by Dosta je Bilo movement with 4.3 and the People’s Party (Narodna Stranka) with 3 percent of the vote.
When it comes to state election, the situation hasn’t changed much.
If the election were held at the end of this week, the SNS would have an absolute majority or 58.2 percent of the votes, the Faktor Plus research shows.
The Socialist Party of Serbia (SNS) would win 9 percent of the vote, Dragan Djilas’s SAA 4.5 percent, the DSS/POKS coalition 4, Dosta je Bilo 3.8, national minority parties 4, environmental movements 2.7, Vuk Jeremic’s People’s Party 2.5 percent, Dveri 2, Zavetnici 2, the Serbian Radical Party 1.5, the Free Citizens Movement 1.4 percent and the Democratic Party (DS) 1.2.
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