How Would the Norwegian Parliament Look Like, If Barely Young People Decided?

According to a recent survey by TNS Gallup, an election in which only voters under 30 years old to vote would give the four opposition parties in Parliament 85 seats, while the coalition government parties would win 82.

Labor is Still the Most Popular

In such an election, Labor Party (Ap) would be the largest party with 33 per cent support, while the Conservatives (Høyre) would have 26 per cent, and another bourgeois party, Progress Party(FrP) would receive 14 percent of the voters. On the other hand,  Venstre (Liberals) would become the fourth biggest party with 8 percent support.

– We notice that young people are generally more liberal-minded than the older voters, so it is not surprising. But the challenge is to get young people to vote, says the leader of the Young Liberals, Sveinung Rotevatn to tv2.no.

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