The rating of the opposition Reform Party, which has firmly topped Estonian party ratings for a long time, dropped significantly in May, it appears from a regular survey by pollster Kantar Emor.
Following a period of several months that saw Reform's rating on the level of approximately 30 percent, the rating of the biggest opposition force dropped to 24 percent in May.
Aivar Voog, leading expert at Kantar Emor, said that the drop apparently was a result of Reform being almost completely absent from media coverage during the emergency situation, whil...
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