The Centre Party has held on to its position as the largest political party in Finland with a wide margin over its closest rivals, despite witnessing a down-tick in its approval rating. The vote haul of the Centre Party would be 22.3 per cent if the parliamentary elections were held today, while that of the National Coalition Party would be 18 per cent and that of the Finns Party 15.6 per cent, according to a poll commissioned by Helsingin Sanomat.
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Support for Finns Party continues to slide
The National Coalition Party is the only one of the three ruling parties to record a slight increase in its approval rating since the previous opinion poll in July. Support for the Finns Party, in turn, has slipped considerably.