Prime Minister Alexander Stubb (NCP) on Thursday commented on news that the Social Democratic Party has edged ahead of the National Coalition Party in a solemn but calm manner. “I wouldn't regard this as a nosedive but rather as the situation stabilising. The reality is that support for the National Coalition is 16 to 17 per cent. We have an incredible amount of work to be done before the elections on 19 April. That is the only poll that matters. We'll now work to lift the National Coalition and the homeland,” Stubb said.
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NCP is not in a nosedive, Stubb insists
Helsingin Sanomat reported earlier on Thursday that the National Coalition has fallen 0.2 percentage points behind the Social Democrats with its support rating of 16.7 per cent.