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« on: December 17, 2017, 11:04:45 pm »

Newest poll:

15.7 -  LMS (Presidential runner-up Mayor Sarac's (centre left) new party has suddenly appeared at the top of the poll)
12.6 - Social Democrats (more than doubling their score last, but a decline from their random boost in the middle of November)
12.2 - Democratic Party (still led by Jansa,)
6.4 - DeSus (pensioners party)
6.1 - Christian Democrats
5.5 - SMC (yeah, the PM's party is not doing very well atm - he has been hounded by a recent deportation case)
5.3 - Left (who themselves had a little schism earlier this year, over typical leftist factional bickering)
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« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2017, 04:09:37 am »

With how fragmented things are, I suspect it will become less on vote total and who can best cobble together a coalition.  As per my other posts, one more reason to show the problems with proportional representation and why majoritarian systems are preferable.
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« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2017, 10:39:21 am »

Presumably, this poll, like most in this area, has undecideds and non-voters included, which means that those percentages are in reality quite a bit higher. Will certainly be interesting to see how this ends up, and whether Sarac's party can hold on to/increase its support further
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« Reply #3 on: December 20, 2017, 06:46:30 pm »

With how fragmented things are, I suspect it will become less on vote total and who can best cobble together a coalition.  As per my other posts, one more reason to show the problems with proportional representation and why majoritarian systems are preferable.
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