RTL and HRT release polls for the sixth and the seventh parliamentary constituency.
RTL and Jutarnji List have continued with their polls of ten parliamentary constituencies. On Thursday evening, they announced results of the poll for the seventh constituency, which covers south-western part of Zagreb, part of Zagreb County, Karlovac County, and part of Primorje-Gorski Kotar County.
At last year’s elections, SDP coalition won 34.7 percent of votes (6 seats), HDZ coalition 31.9 percent (5 seats), MOST 15.7 percent (2 seats), Živi Zid 5.8 percent (1 seat), and Bandić Milan 365 Party 5.3 percent (no seat).
According to the poll, 59 percent of voters in this constituency plan to vote on 11 September. Among those who will vote, SDP coalition wins 34.4 percent of votes, HDZ 28.9 percent, MOST 6.8 percent, Živi Zid 6.2 percent and Bandić Milan 365 Party 4.4 percent. SDP coalition would win 7 seats, HDZ 5 seats, MOST 1 seat, and Živi Zid 1 seat.
Trends from several other constituencies can be seen here as well. MOST has lost about half of its support from November last year. Therefore, in constituencies where it had 2 MPs, it now loses one to SDP coalition.
After RTL polls conducted in eight of ten constituencies, HDZ has the same number of seats as in last Parliament, SDP coalition has five seats more and MOST has five seats less than after elections last year.
The seventh constituency was also polled by Croatian Radio Television (HRT), and the results are similar: SDP coalition leads with 32.2 percent (7 seats), followed by HDZ (26.8 percent; 5 seats), MOST (8.3 percent; 1 seat); Živi Zid (4.6 percent; 1 seats expected due to high number of still undecided voters); Bandić Milan 365 party (2.4 percent; no seats), and Pametno Party (2.3 percent; no seats).
In addition to the seventh constituency, HRT also polled the sixth parliamentary constituency. At last year’s elections, SDP coalition won 35.4 percent of votes (6 seats), followed by HDZ coalition (32.9 percent; 5 seats), MOST (13.9 percent; 2 seats), Bandić Milan 365 Party (5.7 percent; 1 seat), and Živi Zid (4.4 percent; no seats).
According to the poll, HDZ leads with 27.4 percent (6 seats), followed by SDP coalition (27.2 percent; 6 seats), Živi Zid (7.8 percent; 1 seat), MOST (4.7 percent; 1 seat), and Bandić Milan 365 Party (3.9 percent; no seats).
RTL poll of this constituency published on Wednesday showed somewhat different results: SDP coalition leading with 7 seats in Parliament, followed by HDZ (5 seats), MOST (1 seat), and Bandić Milan 365 Party (1 seat).
After HRT polls conducted in eight of ten constituencies, SDP has five seats more than last year, Živi Zid has four seats more, HDZ has one seat less, MOST has five seats less, and Reformist Party/ Bandić Milan Party has three seats less.