A slight jump compared to the previous month, the Association for Serbia (SZS), which would have 13.1 percent of voter support, is added, while only socialists will pass the census with 9.5 percent of votes.
On the verge of censorship, the Serbian Radical Party is 4.7, the Free Movement Movement would have 3.5 percent, the Party of United Pensioners 1.4, and the Serbian Patriotic Alliance, Aleksandar Šapić, 2.7 percent of the vote.
The same research shows that SNP Nenad Popovic and DS S are supported by two percent, SDS Boris Tadic 1.2 percent, and 4.3 percent of respondents would vote for some other option.
Vladimir Pejić, director of the agency "Factor plus", told "Blic" that the situation stabilized, that there was a polarization of the political scene, but that the poles are not uniform.
"The SZS has stabilized in the second place, it has a good rating, but it does not sufficiently endanger the Serbian Progressive Party. The progressives are steadfastly defending the first position, helped by the organization and discipline that it shows, and it shows why each municipality is important to them," Pejić points out.
The Socialists, he adds, are stable in third place, and the opposition is quite heterogeneous.
The turnout would not be large at the moment, as only 42 percent of voters would vote, while 37 percent of respondents said they would not vote for Sunday.
Asked if they would accept the Kosovo solution if they were backed by all the leading world powers, including Russia and China, it is striking that citizens want the entire Kosovo part of Serbia, Blic reports.
While 38% of the respondents answered – that if all of the aforementioned guarantors were to be the agreement, 48% said that only if Kosovo was part of Serbia.