– It is too low, Vedum admits to Dagbladet.
Even with a decline of 0.6 percentage points from the previous poll in October, Rødt has a support of 5.9 per cent, greater than Sp.
– The main job for the Center Party now is to show that we can provide security for people. We are betting on the Armed Forces, the police and emergency services, where the Conservative Party is cutting heavily. We secure food production and cut taxes for farmers, he says.
While Sp is falling heavily, support for the Labor Party is rising. With an increase of 1.7 percentage points, Jonas Gahr Støre and his crew get 19.8 percent in the survey conducted by Ipsos.
The margin of error lies between -1.3 and 3.3 percentage points.
The Conservative Party is the largest party with a support of 29.8 per cent after an increase of 0.5 percentage points, while the Progressive Party makes a real jump of 1.6 percentage points to 14.7 per cent.
The left can still be said to be the poll’s winner, with an increase of 2.2 percentage points, up from 3.8 to 6 percent support.
– It is fun to see progress in the measurements. I think people have noticed our alternative to the government’s disappointing national budget, says Venstre leader Guri Melby.
SV gets 8.4 per cent (-1.7 percentage points), MDG 3.3 per cent (-1.6) and Christian People’s Party 3.1 (-0.5).