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Nationalists' popularity shrinks while Greens soar in September

The monthly popularity of National Alliance has shrunk by 2.3% while that of the Greens and Farmers Alliance has risen by 2% on September, according to data by the Latvijas fakti pollster.

If the new parliamentary election took place tomorrow, 21.6% would vote for the non-coalition party Harmony, whose vote has stayed almost put at 21.7% in August.

While the Greens and Farmers Union, which could've garnered 13.6% of the vote in August, reached an approval rate of 15.6% in September. 

The Unity party has moved up one place with 8.1%, from 8% last month, while the National Alliance has fallen to fourth place with 7.7% down from 10%. 

Only these parties would make it over the 5% barrier which allows a representation in the Saeima, while the two remaining opposition parties would not get into the parliament the Regional Alliance and Latvia from the Heart would get 4.5% and 2.7% of the votes respectively.

24.2% of the respondents said that they don't know or haven't decided what would their vote be if the election took place tomorrow, while 13.2% said they wouldn't participate in the vote. 

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