Iceland’s Progressive Party is gaining the most support, according to a new poll by MMR published today. The Independence Party remains the largest party with 28.5 percent support, followed by the Progressive Party with 23.8 percent.
If this were the outcome of the election, these two parties would get the majority of votes and forge a new coalition government, replacing the current Social Democrat-Left-Green coalition.
The fifth largest party is the Left-Green Movement with 9.5 percent. Three parties: the Right Greens, Dawn and the Pirate Party, count between 2.2-2.5 percent each.
To get elected to Alþingi, they need at least 5 percent of the total votes.