Daily magazine about Latvia www.latviannews.lv
A slave begins by demanding justice and ends by wanting to wear a crown.
Albert Camus
Russian version

Harmony Center's rating increases in November; still most popular party

Nil Usakov, the lesder of Harmony Centre. Photo: Edijs Palens/LETA.
 RIGA, Dec 6 - Harmony Center remained the most popular political party in Latvia this past November, as its rating rose by 3.2 percentage points from October, according to a public opinion survey carried out by "Latvijas Fakti".
In November, 22.9 percent of respondents said they would vote for Harmony Center. Unity was the second most popular political party with a rating of 19.7 percent, 0.8 percentage points down from October.
The rating for All For Latvia!-For Fatherland And Freedom/LNNK increased 0.8 percentage points to 8.1 percent in November. In the meantime, the rating for the Union of Greens and Farmers decreased 2.3 percentage points to 7.7 percent.
All the other parties would not clear the five percent threshold if Saeima elections were held in November. The Reform Party would take just 3.7 percent of the vote - 0.6 percentage points more than in October. One percent said that they would vote for the Social Democratic Workers' Party, while less than one percent said they would support For Human Rights in a United Latvia and For Native Language.
26.6 percent of respondents said they did not know which party they would vote for.
11.8 percent said they would not go to vote.
This ''Latvijas Fakti'' survey was carried out from November 10 to 22, polling 1,002 Latvian citizens.
Before the comment please read the rules of use our webpage.. Thank you.