The Centre Party is polling at 16.8%, according to a recent survey conducted by MMR (Market and Media Research). Support for the Centre Party has risen by almost three percentage points since the last survey, which was conducted in October. The Independence Party is polling at 18.1%, a decline of almost three percentage points.
Support for the Social Democrats is at 13.2%, down by approximately two percentage points. Support for the Pirate Party, on the other hand, is up by almost two percentage points, or 10.8%.
The government – a coalition of the Independence, Left-Green, and Progressive parties – enjoys 41.5% support. It previously enjoyed 42.2% support.
1,061 individuals over the age of 18 participated in the survey. The survey was conducted between November 15 and November 21. The results of the survey are listed below:
Independence Party: 18.1% (compared to 21.1% in last poll)
Centre Party: 16.8% (13.5% in last poll)
Social Democrats: 13.2% (15.3% in last poll)
Pirate Party: 10.8% (8.9% in last poll)
Left-Greens: 10.6% (9.7% in last poll)
Reform Party: 9.7% (10.0% in last poll)
Progressive Party: 9.4% (10% in last poll)
People’s Party: 6.3% (8.0% in last poll)
Icelandic Socialist Party: 3.0% (2.6% in last poll)
Other parties: 2.2% total