Social Dems Continue Leading the Polls
Although the popularity of the opposition Social Democrats dropped by one percent in April, leaving them with 29 percent, they remain the most popular political party for the second consecutive month remains the most supported in Estonia.
Support for the Reform Party, which led the polls until February, dropped by 2 percentage points to 27 percent, putting them in the second place in the TNS Emor poll commissioned by BNS.
The other parliamentary opposition party, the Centre, placed third again with 25 percent, gaining two points in April. Governing coalition’s IRL holds up the rear with 13 percent, up one point from March, Postimees reported.
In total, 813 citizens over 18 years of age were polled from March 28 to April 18.