– we Shall have a still bourgeois majority, we will have to make a far better choice than what this poll shows, ” states Liberal party deputy leader Ola Elvestuen.
He is not pleased with the fact that the Left gets 3.9 per cent attendance of Norstats measurement for the Norwegian broadcasting corporation in January. It places the party under the threshold, and provides a setback from seven to two mandates.
Thus breaking also the majority for the present government with the Right and conservative party.
– We are not completely in the goal with the whole on the civil side, so when we have to work harder. I want all four parties on the bourgeois side over the threshold, with a good mandate for a continued civil partnership, says prime minister Erna Solberg (H) to the Norwegian broadcasting corporation.
This can give the Store the power
the Labour party going the most forward of the measurement, and lands on a support level of 36,1 percent.
It gives Jonas Gahr Støre (Ap) more opportunities to become the prime minister. He can either collect an expanded rødgrønt majority with the SV, the Sp and the MDGS, or Red, or move towards the centre and form a government with the Sp and KrF.
When the election is won, we’re going to have conversations with the other parties sitting in opposition today to establish how we can replace the current government. I have a strong belief that more than the Labour party want it, says Ap deputy Hadia May to NRK.
the Battle against threshold
the Poll shows how small margins that can decide who harbors above and below the threshold in this year’s elections.
Left missing only 0.2 percentage points – about 3,000 votes – to get over the threshold. A get 4.1 per cent, and is thus 0.1 percentage point over the limit. Both parts are within the målingens errors.
– Threshold can be absolutely crucial. Our ambition is to grow further, so that we leave the danger zone around 4 per cent behind the us. A stronger SOC is in all probability a precondition for the change of government, says SV leader Audun Lysbakken to the Norwegian broadcasting corporation.
Leaks to the Ap
the Main reason that the Left falls under the threshold, is precisely the party’s progress. The partibarometer for January show that, 12 700 voters who voted Left in 2013, would vote Labour if there were options in the morning. It constitutes 14 per cent of the Liberal voters.
Ola Elvestuen think not, however, that partiledelsen is in step with the voters when they do not want to form a government with the Ap.
There are also many who are sitting on the fence. We must work to show them the passage we have had, particularly on research, education and climate change, ” he says to NRK.
Also, the MDGS and the Red falls below threshold, with respectively 2.4 and 1.5 per cent turnout.
Both parties still get one representative, and may form a majority together with the parties from the previous present coalition partnership.