In a poll that addresses four political issues, the Green Party (MDG) scored the highest on climate and the environment but fell completely short on the other three.
In the poll that Respons Analyze carried out for the newspaper VG, 25% of the respondents answered that they believe the Greens have the best policy on climate and environment. The Conservatives ended up in second place with 12% of support and the Labor Party in third with 9% of support.
In the other three areas, voters were asked about health and care, social equality, and work and business development. However, less than 1% of those surveyed answered that the Greens have the best policies.
“If you as a small party are to change history, you must be able to be goal-oriented. We have ambitions for the climate that are in line with the UN Climate Panel’s understanding of the crisis. We are not trying to do much else for the time being. We are prioritizing nature and climate in negotiations this year,” party leader Une Bastholm told VG.
In the other areas, 33% answered that they believe the Conservatives have the best policy on work and business development, while 27% preferred the Labor Party’s solutions. The socialist parties scored higher on trust in policies on social equality, with the Labor Party at the top with 27% and the Socialist Left Party in second place with 17% of support among those polled.
When asked which party has the best policy in health and care for the elderly, the Labor Party received support from 26% of those surveyed, and the Conservatives received 19%.
Source: © NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today / #NorwayTodayNews
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