Over the past month, voter support for the Union of Greens and Farmers dropped 4.3% to 12.5% at the beginning of December, and the rating of the National Alliance decreased by 1% to 7.4%. If elections were held at the beginning of December, Unity would have received 4.5% of the vote, down 2% from the beginning of last month.
Harmony remained the most popular political party, supported by 17.9% of respondents. Although voter support decreased also for this opposition party, the drop was less significant than for the ruling parties and reached 0.9% points.
Meanwhile, smaller political parties emerged as the gainers from the chaotic budget adoption process: MP Artus Kaimins’ party was supported by 6.5% of respondents, up 1.2% points, and voter support for the Latvian Association of Regions rose 1.7% to 4.2%. For Latvia from the Heart saw its rating edge up 0.6% to 2.4%.
Around 27% of respondents in the poll were undecided about their preferences and 15% said they would not take part in elections.
(Party ratings. Saskaņa - Harmony, ZZS - Greens and Farmers Union, VL-TB/LNNK - National Alliance, KPV LV - Who Owns the State? Vienotība - Unity, LRA - Regional Alliance, No sirds Latvijai - Latvia From the Heart. 27.1% are undecided and 15.1% would not partake in the election.)