Both parties in government fall sharply on Aftenposten’s latest poll. The Center Party is below 10 percent for the first time since 2017.
Last year’s election gave a solid majority to the red-green parties. Now it’s Erna Solberg’s and Sylvi Listhaug’s turn to cheer. Jonas Gahr Støre and Trygve Slagsvold Vedum, for their part, have had a lot to think about.
Barely four months after the election, the non-socialist parties only need four seats to take back the majority in the Storting. This is shown by Norstat’s latest survey for Aftenposten and NRK.
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