But the Labor Party still plans to become the largest party in Oslo.
The Labor Party fell sharply in the recent Sorting poll of Netavicen and Glascombe for Oslo. The party has fallen five percent since June and is up 20.1 percent.
– ABS slope is caused by a fragment on the left side. Martin Stubpan of Sentio, which conducted the poll, says the Labor Party is definitely leaking more voters to the SV.
Every third Oslo voter now claims to be voting for SV, MDG or Rødt.
In the survey, 800 people were asked what it was They will vote if there is a parliamentary election tomorrow. The measurement was taken from 16 to 19 August, and has an error margin of 0.9 to 3.2 percent.
See results for all parties:
Labor: – To do better
The Great Depression is bad news for Raymond Johansson (Labor), the city council chairman who is leading the Labor Party in Oslo. But also to his party colleagues. Because with such a decision, the county party would lose one of the five parliamentary constituencies they have today.
This puts Ford Jacobson, Oslo’s Labor leader, fifth on the Sorting list.
– I hope we both become the biggest party in Oslo and get at least five seats, Jacobson tells Netavision.
Is 20 percent too bad for you?
– Yes, we have ambitions, hope and optimism for a better outcome. For us, it is important that the Labor Party makes a better decision than this, he notes.
– to be guided by the Labor Party
Jacobson is even happier, giving the poll a red-green majority.
– Polls are slightly volatile, but this poll reaffirms that the people of Oslo want a new government and that it should be led by Labor. We are the total force of the left, he says.
These will receive a parliamentary seat from the Oslo Labor Party: Jonas Care Store, Kamsey Gunaratnam, Espen Barth Eat and Train Liz Sundness. If the store is prime, Jacobson will advance.
The margin of Labor error on the ballot was 3.1 percent.
Sentio is more uncertain than ever about the outcome for the Labor Party, as we have met with fewer Labor voters than the outcome of the 2017 election. As we weigh in against the outcome of the 2017 election, Stubban says of the survey that the Labor Party’s decision is adjusting upwards.
The online newspaper asked Raymond Johansson for comment on the case, but he did not get a chance on Wednesday.
MDG-Berg: – Highway Out Out
Emerging environmental parties in Oslo are more enthusiastic about the referendum. Green Party (MDG) is the most advanced, with a positive strong 10.7 percent (+ 2.3).
– It is fun to see that people in the capital prefer a more intense climate and nature policy. We are now growing on the ballot, and the store shows that MDG needs MDG to get a majority soon, as Lon Marie Berg, MDG’s first candidate in Oslo, points out to Netavision:
– Our ambition must be huge so that we can pull the role out of a red government and green it as we did in Oslo.
– Why do you think you are increasing too much now?
– I think more and more people have realized that it is only the MDGs who have put the power behind the demand to falsify oil so we can speed up climate policy. But Berg says this would not have happened without the MDGs being the biggest climate party.
The result was a Member of Parliament for him and his second candidate, Rasmus Hanson
But SV performs better in the survey, resulting in 13.9 percent (+ 1.7). This is 4.6 percent more than the party’s election results in Oslo in 2017.
SV will receive three lists of candidates at the start: Gary Elizabeth Kasky, Marion Hussein and Andreas Szalk Unneland. Today, SV has two parliamentary representatives from Oslo.
In addition, the Liberal Party is advancing as a result of 7.4 percent (+ 1.8). This is less than the election result in 2017, and the party loses one of the two parliamentary constituencies from Oslo.
If it had been an election result, party leader Guri Melby would have been the only Liberal representative in the starting line from Oslo. However, the poll figures show that the Liberal Party is 735 votes away from second place.
Red at 10 percent
At the same time, Rod makes it strong in the Oslo vote taken three weeks before the decisive parliamentary election. The party has 9.8 percent (+1.4) support.
– These are very good numbers, and it shows that many Oslo people want a strong force on the left side of a new government, Rod leader Bizner Moxnus told Netvision.
Moxness is Rottin’s first candidate in Oslo, and the poll puts him and second candidate Seher Aydar on the board.
And the goal is clear: press to reduce differences and greenhouse gas emissions.
– Rod is very big in Oslo, it is very important that we take the ban limit nationally. Moxnus says this will determine whether the role of Driveway Sloxwald and Jonas Kahr Store will cooperate with the Left after the election.
Former Labor politician John Pahler, who won a seat in the Oslo referendum, now represents the Central Party. The center party received 4.7 percent support, up from 0.2 percent in the corresponding poll in June.
– Very encouraging and fun to listen to, Behler tells Nehlawisen.
– I feel there is a good atmosphere on the street, there are many who come to me and say that they support me – they have voted for me.
The central party’s Oslo result was 5.5 percent, as opposed to the party’s decline nationally August Survey of Online Newspaper It was released on Tuesday.
– What do you think is the reason you perform better in Oslo nationally?
In Oslo, I think we are doing well, and the safest campaign, which is my campaign, is hitting the mood in the county in Oslo. The shooting took place in Troy Street last night, and there are a few cases like this. I think people on the streets need to be chased and protected, and we need to better prevent incidents like this, ”says Pahler.
Again: – Not satisfied
At the same time, the Conservatives dropped 22.8 percent (-2.9) in the poll. Thus, the party loses one of its six seats from Oslo.
Starting MP Michael Tetschner, who is ranked sixth on the Oslo Conservatives’ parliamentary list, will lose his Sorting seat.
– Oslo Haier is the largest party in the city and wants to secure six delegates in Storting and retain government power, so we are not happy about that, Oslo Hire leader Heidi Nordbi told Lunde Netwision.
– But I hope voters who have the Conservatives as their party will actually vote for the Conservative Party, otherwise I don’t think they will vote tricky. He says the most tactical thing they can vote for is the Conservatives.
The Conservative Party is still the largest party in Oslo.
These will get parliamentary seats from the Conservatives in Oslo: Ine Eriksen Seride, Nikolai Astrub, Heidi Nordbi Lunde, Mudassar Kapoor and Modilde Typring-Jede.
Frp with me
The Progressive Party is also struggling, with a 5.6 percent (-0.8) result.
Only Christian Typring-Zedek, the first candidate of the Oslo FRP, will get a place in the starting. The party’s second candidate, John Helheim, will not get a seat.
KrF is declining, gaining 1.3 percent (-0.5). Today the party has no parliamentary representatives from Oslo, and that is not available.
Other parties, not mentioned in Sorting, advanced by 3.7 percent (+ 1.7). The largest of the smaller parties is the Democrats, at 1.7 percent.
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