The seven-week rise in popularity of the Reform Party has stopped but the party is still enjoying the status of being by far the most popular political party in Estonia, it appears from the newest survey commissioned by the Institute for the Study of Societal Issues and carried out by pollster Norstat. The findings were release on August 15.
The most recent aggregate results cover a period from July 15 to August 12 with a total of 4,001 voting-age citizens of Estonia surveyed. The Reform Party is supported by 37.4 percent of voting-age citizens, which is 1.1 percent less ...
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