ODS is rushing to hell, there's no support or ten percent of Czechs
If elections were held now in the House, for winning the Social Democrats (28.3 percent - 67 seats) by the communists, who would vote gave 17.4 percent of voters and would gain 41 seats, it follows from the results of a survey conducted by SANEP.
Bronze place yet maintains a TOP 09 with a profit of 14.5 percent, after conversion would be 35 seats. Against the April survey, page up three seats.
Fourth place is still slumping ODS. You would like to be in the House saw only 9.3 percent of its supporters. In the House would get 22 seats. Party against last month lost the favor of nearly one percent of voters.
The fifth rung on the ladder is the House's side of the right of citizens-Zemanovci to gain 8.4 percent of the vote and 20 of the parliamentary seats. Six pages, which could lead to lower parliamentary chamber, sit down, the KDU-CSL.Now would be supported by 6.1 percent and supporters should be 15 seats.
It's clear that the Czechs are strongly dissatisfied with the political situation in the country as Prime Minister Petr Necas (ODS), and thus tend to the left, according to a survey.
Hypothetical model: Knesset
Election hypothetical model SANEP shows that the victorious Social Democrats with 67 seats would create a comfortable majorities in seven possible electoral coalition forces.
The first would be possible coalition of Social Democrats, SPOZ and KDU-CSL, which possessed a majority 102 votes. In the second case, the constitutional majority gained in the form of 128 seats through an alliance with Communists and SPOZ.
The Social Democrats could govern in coalition with the Communists only, with which it would possess power 108 votes.
If the Social Democrats have put together a Top 09, you would 102 votes.
In conjunction with the TOP 09, from behind and the Christian Democrats would have boasted together 137 votes.
Coalition with TOP 09 and behind them brought 122 votes.
If CSSD nodded to link TOP 09 and KDU-CSL, should 117 votes in the House.
The research was conducted on 4 to 8 April, 5673 was attended by Czech citizens aged 18 to 69 years.
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