If elections were held tomorrow, New Unity (JV) would be the party of choice for 10.8% of voters (down from 11.1% in April).
In second place is the Greens and Farmers Union (ZZS) on 8.9% support (9% in April) and then Latvia In First Place (LPV) on 8.3% (7.8% in April).
Fourth place goes to the Progressives (P) with 6.5% (7.2% in April), ahead of coalition member the National Alliance (NA) with 6.4% (6.2% in April).
In May, the biggest drop in popularity was for the United List (AS) political grouping, which is also part of the currently shaky three-party ruling coalition. Its support fell from 7.7% in April to 5.8% in May.
The only other party to garner more than 5% support in May was For Stability! (S!) with 5.4% (5.3% in April).
As is invariably the case, a large chunk of the electorate declared themselves either undecided (25.2%) or having no intention to vote at all (12.1%).
The independent poll is carried out every month and surveys 1,777 Latvian citizens of voting age.