Ap would have secured 78 representatives in the Parliament, 23 more than today with this result, shows Norstat`s December poll for Nationen.
Former coalition allies of Ap, Centre Party (Sp) and the Socialist Left Party (SV) lose votes respectively by 1.3 percentage and 1 percentage point. However, this result would keep the three former government parties to a narrow majority with 86 representatives.
On the other hand, the current government members, Conservatives (Høyre) gets 22 percent with a decline of 0.2 percentage points, while FRP proceeds by 1.1 percentage points to 12.4 percent. It would have given the two government parties respectively 37 and 20 representatives in the Parliament, against today’s 48 and 29.
Also Christian Democrats (KrF) falls by 0.7 percentage points to 5.6 per cent and the Liberals increase by 0.9 percentage points to 4.6 per cent in Norstat`s measurement.