Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) has the support of 45.1 percent of voters in Montenegro and it is a growth of nearly three percent compared to the July survey of public opinion, according to the Centre for Democracy and Human Rights (CEDEM).
A survey conducted in the first week of November showed that DPS has the best rating (45.1%), as opposed to July when the party was supported by 42.7 percent of the population.
After the DPS, the next best voted party is Miodrag Lekic’s Demos, supported by 10.2 percent of the population. However, Lekic’s party recorded a significant drop compared to the survey in July, when Demos had support of 14.4 percent.
According to CEDEM research, SNP is supported by 9.1 percent of the population, while the Democratic Front (DF) is supported by 8.7 percent of Montenegrin citizens.
Aleksa Becic’s Democrats are supported by 6.7 percent of voters, a drop of 3.5 percent compared to the July survey. The Social Democratic Party (SDP) has the support of 4.6 percent of voters in Montenegro, while the United Reform Action (URA) is supported by 4.2 percent of the population.
Bosniak Party (BS) is supported by 3.3 percent of voters and that is an increase of 1.2 percent compared to July. Ivan Brajovic’s Social Democrats of Montenegro is supported by 2.5 percent of the population, while Positive Montenegro has the support of 1.8 percent.
Citizens also evaluated the latest protests organized by the Democratic Front (DF). So, generally speaking, 47% of respondents have a negative attitude towards the protests, while 27.6% are positive about the DF protests.
When it comes to the success of DF protests, more than half of the respondents, 53.5%, believe that the protests have not been successful, while only 15% believe that the protests were successful.
Izvor: RTV Montenegro