Main opposition party Smer is still the strongest political party in Slovakia, and would have received 41.7 percent of the vote had a general election taken place in November/December, according to a MEDIAN SK agency poll published on Wednesday, December 22.
Second place went to the main coalition party Slovak Democratic and Christian Union-SDKÚ with 14.6 percent, followed by the Christian Democrats-KDH - 11.7 percent, Freedom and Solidarity-SaS - 8.4 percent, the Slovak National Party-SNS - 7.8 percent, and Most-Híd - 6.5 percent. No other party gained more than the 3-percent support level needed to receive state funding, not to mention the 5 percent needed to make it into Parliament, the TASR newswire wrote.
Former parliamentary parties HZDS and the ethnic-Hungarian SMK received 2.5 percent and 1.6 percent, respectively.
24. Dec 2010 at 11:50