A TNS Emor poll commissioned for the public broadcasting company ERR shows that Estonia's two most popular parties are the Centre Party and Social Democratic Party (SDE).
If elections were held tomorrow, Centre Party would win 26% of the vote and SocDems would get 25%.This means SocDems are catching up with Centre Party since in July Centre Party was backed by 28% and SDE was backed by 26% of voters.
They were followed by the ruling coalition of Reform Party and IRL that had popularity of 20% and 14%, respectively. A month ago, Reform Party was supported by 24% of respondents, while IRL was popular with 14%.
Greens were in fifth place and got 5% while the Conservative People's Party was sixth with 4% support. Undecided respondents accounted for 41% in August.