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Poll Shows Government Approval Rating Lowest Ever

Ljubljana, 8 June - The latest Politbarometer survey has shown that the government's approval rating has dropped to the lowest point ever since the question was first asked in 2001. The opposition Social Democrats (SD) meanwhile remain the most popular party, while their leader Borut Pahor tops among presidential hopefuls.

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A chart showing support to candidates in the autumn presidential election.The second column from the bottom shows support to the candidates not listed, the bottom column lists undecided voters
Source: Public opinion research centre

Ljubljana
A chart showing support to Borut Pahor and Lojze Peterle, respectively, if they meet in the second round of the autumn presidential election. Pahor's supporters are listed in the far left column.
Source: Public opinion research centre

Ljubljana
A chart showing support to Former President Milan Kucan in case he decides to run in the autumn presidential election.
His supporters are listed in the far left column.
Source: Public opinion research centre

Ljubljana
A chart showing the respondents' opting for the left, central or right political option. Those refusing to answer are listed in the far right column.
Source: Public opinion research centre

Ljubljana
A chart showing the support for Drnovsek and Kucan. Supporters of Drnovsek are listed in the far left column, Kucan's supporters in the second from he left, those supporting both can be found in the second column from the right.
Source: Public opinion research centre

Ljubljana
A chart showing what effect the participation of President Janez Drnovsek with his movement or list would have on voters in the general elections.
Those who would vote for his party are listed in the central column, those unaffected in the left.
Source: Public opinion research centre

Ljubljana
A chart showing what effect the participation of Former President Milan Kucan with his own party would have on voters in the general elections.
Those who would vote for his party are listed in the central column, those unaffected in the left.
Source: Public opinion research centre

Ljubljana
A chart showing the percentage of respondents that would vote for a new party from the Zares (For Real) society of unaffiliated MPs. The Zares voters are listed in the left columns.
Source: Public opinion research centre

Ljubljana
A chart showing the support for the setting up of a new party from the Zares (For Real) society of unaffiliated MPs. The Supporters are listed in the left columns.
Source: Public opinion research centre

Ljubljana
A chart showing the support for the cabinet of Prime Minister Janez Jansa with the central column listing those who do not support the government's policies.
Source: Public opinion research centre

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