Mag: Nearly 19 Percent of Electorate Would Vote for Merged Party

Ljubljana, 5 April - SURVEY/POLITICIANS
The merged party to be formed by the Slovene People's Party (SLS) and the Slovene Christian Democrats (SKD) would be supported by 18.5 percent of voters at the upcoming parliamentary elections, according to the latest poll carried out by the weekly right-wing magazine Mag. If the Coalition Slovenia (currently between the SKD and Social Democrats of Slovenia (SDS)) would be formed between the merged party and the SDS, it would attract 25.7 percent of voters, that is eight percent more than the total of the three parties if they were to attend the elections individually.

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