Ap makes some progress in TV 2’s recent parliamentary poll, but the party still has a support of only 18 per cent. Almost half of the voters have left Støre’s party since 2021.
The Labour Party (Arbeidarpartiet; A/Ap) this time gets an increase of 1.5 percentage points, and ends up with 18 percent support. Even if the arrow points somewhat upwards, the result is very weak for the party.
NTB reports on the case states that the progress is within the margin of error and may be due to coincidences with the questions that were asked.
The poll was carried out by Kantar for TV 2.
The status of the Labour Party a year and a half after the election is little to cheer about. Election expert Terje Sørensen points out that the background figures show that almost half of the voters have left Ap since 2021.
– It is not unusual for parties that have experienced a strong decline over months to have an upward reaction. Whether it will be a lasting trend remains to be seen in the next poll, he says.
On average for the surveys in March, the Labor Party was at 17.3 per cent.
The government party Sp falls by 1 percentage point, to a weak 5.6 percent support.
Høyre is again the largest party in TV 2’s survey with a support of 30.6 per cent, up 0.7 percentage points from March. The bourgeois would have won a majority with 87 mandates if the measurement was the election result.
It will thus be clear for a change to a bourgeois government, as has been seen in both Sweden and Finland recently.
Full statistics (change from last month in parentheses): R 6.4 (+0.7), SV 9.9 (+0.5), Ap 18 (+1.5), Sp 5.6 (-1) , MDG 4 (+0.5), V 4.3 (-0.3), KrF 3.1 (-1.2), H 30.6 (+0.7), FrP 12.6 (-1 .9), Others 5.6 (+0.5).
The poll was carried out between 27 and 31 March and 977 people were asked. The margin of error is between 1.4 and 2.8 percentage points.