Ruling SNS party's rating at 55 percent - poll

If parliamentary elections were held this month, the Progressives (SNS) would receive 55 percent of the vote.

Source: Vecernje novosti, Tanjug
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The daily Vecernje Novosti is reporting this, citing a new Ipsos poll.

According to the survey, carried out in October, the Socialists (SPS) and Sasa Jankovic's Movement of Free Citizens would win eight percent each.

The only other parties that would cross the five percent threshold and have seats in the National Assembly are the Radicals (SRS) with six, and the Dveri Movement with five percent.

The Democrats (DS) poll below the threshold, at four percent, followed by Sasa Radulovic's DJB Movemment (3 percent) - while all other parties would have 11 percent aggregate.

The survey's director Marko Uljarevic said that the rating of the SNS has been growing compared to the election held last year, and that the party would now have a better result alone that it did with its pre-election coalition in 2016.

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