LDS and SDS Leading in an Opinion Poll
Maribor, 13 December - PRESS/OPINION/POLL
The ruling Liberal Democracy of Slovenia (LDS) and the opposition Social Democratic Party (SDS) would probably have received the majority of votes, had an election been held last Sunday. LDS would have gained 15.2 percent and SDS 11.9 percent of the vote, an opinion poll published in Monday's Vecer reveals. Less than five percent of the vote would have gone to the other parliamentary parties.
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