Norwegian Labour party surpasses the Progress party
The Progress party fell 2.5 percent points and got a support rate of 17.5 percent in the new survey. The Labour party was the winner with a support rate of 25.5 percent, an increase of 2.5 percent points.
Jens Stoltenberg, the Labour party leader, was happy about the increase identified in the local election survey by TNS Gallup, a research agency.
This indicates that it is possible to get good support for the Labour partys solutions to maintain a spirit of community. But the people who want of a better schools and welfare services for the elderly in stead of tax relieves to the people who have the most to begin with, must use their right to vote on election day, Stoltenberg said.
The Conservative party received 19.5 percent, an increase of 1.0 percent points. The Christian Peoples party increased with 0.5 percent points to 6 percent. The Centre party received 7 percent, an increase of 0.5 percent, while the Socialist Left party received 15 percent, down 1.0 percent points.
The Left-wing socialist party received 3.5 percent and remains unchanged, while the other parties received 6 percent, down 1.0 percent points.
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