Poll: Smer still in the lead, followed by the far-right party

AKO polling agency also asked those polled who the best candidate for PM is.

Peter Pellegrini would be the most suitable PM, respondents opined.Peter Pellegrini would be the most suitable PM, respondents opined. (Source: SITA)
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If the parliamentary election took place in mid-January, Smer would win with 17.1 percent of the vote.

The ruling party is followed by ĽSNS with the support of 11 percent and then coalition PS/Spolu on 10.2 percent, the latest poll of the AKO polling agency for the TA3 news channel shows. The poll was conducted on a representative sample of 1,000 respondents between January 15 and 17.

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