DPS 39%, Democrats 19.9%

#DemocraticPartyOfSocialists(Dps) #SocialDemocraticParty(Sdp) #ParliamentOfMontenegro #MiloDjukanovic #DemocraticFront #SocialDemocrats #HumanRights #SocialistPeople’SParty(Snp) #BosniakParty #EuropeanUnion #TheParliament #PresidentOfMontenegro


Democratic Party of Socialists (DPS) has the largest support of citizens (39 percent), followed by Aleksa Becic’s Democratic Montenegro, supported by 19.9 percent of Montenegrin citizens, according to a survey by the Center for Democracy and Human Rights (CEDEM). The best-rated politician is President of Montenegro Filip Vujanovic, with an average score of 2.75.

The third party in rating is the Democratic Front (DF), which according to CEDEM research is supported by 11.6 percent of citizens.

Regarding the parties rating, MIodrag Lekic’s Demos has support of 5.9 percent of the respondents, while the Socialist People’s Party (SNP) is supported by 4.9 percent of the respondents.

The Civic Movement URA is supported by four percent of respondents, while Ranko Krivokapic’s Social Democratic Party (SDP) is supported by 3.9 percent of respondents.

Ivan Brajovic’s Social democrats are supported by 3.2 percent of the citizens surveyed, while the Bosniak party (BS) is supported by 3.1 percent of respondents.

When it comes to the boycott of parliament, CEDEM reported that 24% of respondents believe that the opposition will return to the Parliament of Montenegro, while 23% believe it will not. At the same time, 50% of respondents have no opinion on this issue.

Concerning NATO, 38.7 respondents support membership in the Alliance, 39.8% are against it, while 21.5% have no opinion. More than 56 percent of respondents believe that Montenegro should be a member of the European Union (EU), while 23.1 believe the opposite.

President of Montenegro Filip Vujanovic and leaders of Democrats and DPS Aleksa Becic and Milo Djukanovic are best rated politicians in our country.

Source: Radio Television Montenegro