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HS poll: Big three parties bunched together

Finland's parliamentary election is on Sunday.

Riikka Purra, Sanna Marin ja Petteri Orpo vaalistudiossa.
Riikka Purra (Finns), Sanna Marin (SDP) and Petteri Orpo (NCP) at Yle's election debate show on 21 March. Image: Petteri Bülow / Yle
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The opposition National Coalition Party (NCP) has a lead of just 0.6 of a percentage point in the latest party support poll for Helsingin Sanomat.

The newspaper's latest survey suggests that voter support for Petteri Orpo's party has dropped to 19.8 percent, a whole percentage point down on last month's figure of 20.8 percent.

Meanwhile, Kantar Public's pollsters estimate that support for both Sanna Marin's social democrats and Riikka Purra's Finns Party currently stands at 19.2 percent, both down by 0.1 of a percentage point.

In fourth place, Annika Saarikko's Centre Party saw an uptick of 0.7 percent from its previous result, bringing its current respondent support to 11.4 percent.

The voter sentiment poll was answered by 2,002 people between 9-25 March. The margin of error was 2.1 percentage points.

Wonder who the candidates are or what is Finland voting for on 2 April? Check out the English-language version of Yle's election compass or our really simple guide to Finland's 2023 parliamentary elections.

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