Prague, Nov 7 (CTK) – The ANO movement would clearly win the parliamentary election with 28 percent of the vote if the election were held now, and the Social Democrats (CSSD) would follow second with only 16 percent, according to the TNS Aisa poll released by the public Czech Television (CT) Saturday.
The Communists (KSCM) would gain 12.5 percent, TOP 09 9.5 percent, the Civic Democrats (ODS) 7 percent and the Christian Democrats (KDU-CSL) 5.5 percent.
Only the splintered opposition populist Dawn movement would not enter parliament.
ANO is the most popular party in the country also according to the latest polls by the CVVM institute, the STEM agency and the Median agency, but the gap between the two parties is smaller.
The STEM poll showed that ANO was 7.5 percentage points ahead of the CSSD, the CVVM calculated that the gap would be 3.5 percentage points and Median said it would be 2.5 percentage points.
The TNS Aisa poll showed that 38 percent trust the coalition government of the CSSD, ANO and the KDU-CSL, which is a slight decrease in trust compared with the previous poll.
TNS Aisa conducted the poll on 1200 people in late October.