RIGA - According to the latest political polls carried out by Factum, the National Alliance, New Unity and Harmony are the most popular parties ahead of tomorrow's European Parliament elections.
According to the poll, the National Alliance is in first place with 17.1 percent of the vote, which would give it two seats in the next EP.
In second place is New Unity with 16.1 percent support, which would give it one seat.
In third place is Harmony with 14.3 percent support and one seat.
Also gaining a seat a piece in the next EP, according to the Factum poll, would be For Development/For with 10.4 percent support, the New Conservative Party with 9.5 percent support, the Union of Greens and Farmers with 9.3 percent support, and the Progressives with 7.3 percent support.
Two other parties are expected to fight for seats in the EP elections - the Latvian Union of Russians with 4.8 percent support, as well as the Alliance of Regions with 4.6 percent support.
All other parties have less than four percent of support, according to the Factum poll.