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Reform Party is Estonia's most popular party in June

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Estonia's most popular party in June is the Reform Party which was supported by 27 percent of respondents, results of a survey commissioned by BNS and carried out by pollster TNS Emor show.

The Center Party came second with 21 percent, the Social Democratic Party (SDE) was third with 17 percent, while the Conservative People's Party (EKRE) came next with 14 percent, followed by the Free Party and the Pro Patria and Res Publica Union (IRL) with respectively 11 percent and 6 percent.

Compared to the survey carried out in April the Reform Party's support grew by 4 percentage points, Center Party's support decreased by 1 percentage point, while SDE's and EKRE's increased by 1 percentage point each. The Free Party's support declined by 4 percentage points and IRL's by 1 percentage point.

Of non-parliamentary parties Greens were supported by 3 percent and other, including independent candidates, by 1 percent of respondents.

The government coalition's support in June totaled 50 percent which is 4 percentage points more than in April.

Respondents who couldn't say made up 19 percent, compared with 17 percent in April.

TNS Emor interviewed 1,158 citizens of ages 18-74 for the purpose of the survey over the phone and internet from June 7-14.

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