The ANO party came first in a new survey of voters’ preferences by the STEM agency. ANO would now receive 28.9 percent of the vote and win 72 seats in the 200-member lower house, the highest support ANO achieved in any poll. In October’s general election, the party came second with 18.7 percent. Second in the poll came the strongest party in the house, the Social Democrats, which would win 20.5 percent, the same result it had in last year’s election. The Communists would get 13.3 percent, followed by the TOP 09, Civic Democrat, Christian Democrat and Dawn parties.
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