Lembergs is most often supported by male respondents, respondents aged 45 to 54, respondents living in Latgale, and low-income respondents. Lembergs' support is significantly higher among Russian-speaking respondents.
The current Prime Minister Krišjānis Kariņš (New Unity) would be supported by 33.9% of those surveyed, more commonly by people with high incomes and Latvian-speaking respondents.
As the third most popular is the former minister and Saeima deputy, now the International Chess Federation's senior director, Dana Reizniece-Ozola (Union of Greens and Farmers), who was identified as suitable by 27.5% of respondents. Support for Reizniece-Ozola has been distributed fairly evenly between social demographic groups.
Reizniece-Ozola is followed by Defense Minister Artis Pabriks (Development/For!), who received 26.4% of the responses, as well as Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkēvičs (New Unity) with 24.9% support among respondents.
On the other hand, maverick deputy Aldis Gobzems (Law & Order) was recognized as the most inadequate candidate, by 74.6% of those surveyed. Ainars Šlesers (Latvia First Place) was weighed in the balance and found wanting by 72.4%, while Minister of Health Daniels Pavluts (Development/For!) – by 69.5% of respondents.
933 Latvian citizens participated in the survey conducted in October.