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Popularity of presidential candidates

Had the presidential election taken place last December, more than one fifth of the eligible voters (22 percent) said they were undecided or would not take part in the election. This was the finding a poll conducted by the MVK agency between December 12 and 18 on a representative sample of 1,015 people. The following table shows the preferences of those who said they had decided and would vote.

Had the presidential election taken place last December, more than one fifth of the eligible voters (22 percent) said they were undecided or would not take part in the election. This was the finding a poll conducted by the MVK agency between December 12 and 18 on a representative sample of 1,015 people. The following table shows the preferences of those who said they had decided and would vote.



Ivan Gašparovič (backed by Smer, SNS, HZD) 55.0 %


Iveta Radičová (SDKÚ; backed by KDH, SMK) 32.6


František Mikloško (KDS) 4.6


Zuzana Martináková (non-parliamentary party SF) 4.5


Milan Melník (HZDS) 1.7


Ivan Šimko (non-parliamentary party Misia 21) 0.9


Milan Sidor (non-parliamentary party KSS) 0.3


Július Kubík (independent) 0.3


Dagmar Bollová (independent) 0.1


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