According to the latest Cro Demoskop opinion poll only four political parties would pass the election threshold of 5% in November.
The HDZ continues to hold a commanding lead in voter support with 28.4%, up by almost 1% from October and a full 11% clear of their closest rivals, the SDP. The second strongest political party in the country is the SDP with 17.4% support, losing ground slightly from last month and reaching a new historic low for the center-left party.
The only other parties that would pass the election threshold are Živi Zid, which dropped slightly from October to 12.1% and MOST with 6.3% voter support, up by 0.3% on a monthly basis.
Recent tensions with government have cost President Kolinda Grabar Kitarović the title of most positively perceived politician in the country, with 21% of those polled choosing “no one” instead. The president is now second with 19.4% support, while Prime Minister Andrej Plenković is third with 11.4%. Anka Mrak-Taritaš of the GLAS Party is fourth with 6.8% voter support.
Prime Minister Plenković leads on the list of most negatively perceived politicians with 24.4%, followed by SDP leader Davor Bernardić at 12.6% and all politicians at 11.8%. Serb minority representative Milorad Pupovac is fourth at 7.7%. Government's approval rating has slightly increased from last month while the president's approval rating has dipped slightly.
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