For the first time since Kantar started doing political opinion polls in Norway in 1964, the Center Party (SP) is larger than the Labor Party (AP) and the Conservatives (H).
The Center Party has 22.1% of voter support, up 2.3% from November. The party is attracting voters from the Progress Party (FRP), the Conservatives, and the Labor Party, according to the latest Kantar poll for TV 2.
FRP’s support falls
The FRP and the Conservatives are down by 2.7% and 1.9%, respectively.
The Conservative Party has 20.2% of voter support, while the FRP is at 8.8%.
The Labor Party is down 0.1% from the previous poll and has 20.4% of support.
In February, the Progress Party was at 15.7% of support, and the Center Party was at 15%. Now the distance between the two is gigantic – in SP’s favor.
The Greens (MDG) have 3.96% of support, while the Liberal Party (V) has 3.98%.
In VG’s poll for December, SP was also larger than the Labor Party for the first time, but the Conservatives remained the most popular party in Norway in VG’s poll.
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