Ap increases the membership amongst LO members

Party leader in the Labor Party, Jonas Gahr Støre.Photo:NTB scanpix / Ørn E. Borgen

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The Labour Party has increased its support among LO’s working members to 46.7 per cent.

This is an increase of 11.6 percentage points compared to the member survey just after the parliamentary elections in 2017.

During the same period, the LO’s support for the Conservatives fell from 15.9 per cent to 9.2 per cent. This shows a survey conducted by Opinion amongst LO’s working members in June.

These are happy numbers. LO’s members are core electors for AP, says party leader Jonas Gahr Støre to ‘The FreeFag movement.’

FRP’s support among LO members is stable at 7 percent. The center party is second largest with 13.3 per cent, a fall of 1.7 percentage points since autumn 2017. The Reds receives 8.1 per cent, while SV has support from 7.9 per cent of the respondents.

Every fourth voter is Union organized. Anyone who has ambitions to govern the country is dependent on support from the members of the LO, says Hans-Christian Gabrielsen to ‘The FreeFag movement’.

67.9 percent prefer the red-green government alternative to 18.9 percent for the four government parties, Conservatives, Frp, V and KrF.

The error margin in the survey, which was performed by Opinion for LO, is stated to be 2.1 to 4.8 percentage points.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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