SV falls entire 1.5 percent and Deiser with it down to 2.6 percent support in the poll as Norstat conducted Our Country in the last week in March.
It is not better for the Liberals, falling 1.2 percentage points to 3.8 percent. This is one of the weakest results for the party in a long time.
Right grows most
If the poll had been actual election outcome would both Left and SV fell below the threshold and lost their cohesion mandate.
Aside from Conservative solid increase of 1.3 percentage points to 22.3 percent and the Green Party bounding of 1.2 percentage points to 4.3 percent, only Red who see some progress on the poll with 0 , 7 percentage points to 1.8 percent.
Steady Progress Party
Both Q and KrF proceed modest 0.1 respectively 5.9 and 6.5 percent.
FRP gained an average of opinion polls on the 10th century for the first time in March, and this trend is confirmed in Our Lands measurement where the party stands rock solid at 10 percent.
Other parties fall 0 , 6 percentage points to 1.2 percent on the measurement.
Had Our Lands party barometer been voted, it would have been major changes in the division of power in Parliament.
The distribution of seats would have been the following: Labor 76 (21 from the parliamentary elections in 2013), H 40 (-8), FRP 18 (-11), KrF 12 (2), Q 11 ( 1), MDG 8 (7), V 2 (-7), SV 1 (-6) and red 1 (0) .