While in August, Estonia's Reform Party was surpassed in terms of popularity by the senior partner of the government coalition Center Party for the first time in a long while, in September, however, the largest opposition party has restored its dominant position in Estonian party ratings, it appears from a survey commissioned by public broadcaster ERR and carried out by pollster Turu-uuringute AS.
The Reform Party was supported by 27 percent of voters in September, up from 24 percent in August. Support for the Center party this month stood at 24 percent, compared to 2...
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