For the fourth consecutive month, the polls shows the government and its supporting parties getting enough support for the voters to win a majority in Parliament if the current poll numbers should hold.
The average of eight national polls published in March would give the Conservative Party, Progress Party, Liberal Party, and Christian Democratic Party a total of 94 parliamentary seats if the next election was to held today, according to calculations made by Poll of polls.
This gives them a majority by a margin of nine mandates. This was the fourth consecutive month in which the Coalition’s support would give the majority in Parliament at an election.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today