Nine out of ten Icelanders (90.4%) would vote Guðni Th. Jóhannesson in for a second term as President. Guðni’s only opponent, Guðmundur Franklín Jónsson, was supported by 9.6% of respondents to a recent poll conducted by Gallup.
While almost 95% of female respondents would vote for Guðni, the percentage was lower among men, at 86%. Of those with a university degree, 95% supported Guðni, while 86% of those who had completed secondary education and 89% of those who completed primary education would also vote for him.
Guðmundur Franklín enjoyed his highest rates of support among voters over 60 (15%) and among supporters of the Centre Party (55%).