A total of 32 percent of respondents in a recent poll have said they will vote for a candidate of the Reform Party in the elections to the European Parliament at the end of May, which means the party winning at least two mandates if Estonia gets six seats in the next European legislature, Estonia’s public broadcaster ERR reported.
Voters who said their preferred choice in the elections is the Center Party made up 24 percent, as much as in the March 3 general elections, it appears from the outcome of the poll commissioned by ERR and taken by Turu-uuringute AS by inte...
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