|Oct 11 2017
Uncertainty Bjarni Benediktsson, of the Conservative Independence Party (left) and Katrín Jakobsdóttir of the Left Greens (right) might have a hard time forming strong center-right or center-left coalitons. Photo/Anton.
Two polls released today, Wednesday, show that the Left Green movement retains its position as the largest political party in Iceland. A Fréttablaðið poll finds that 29.9% of voters say they support the Left Greens, while only 22.2% say they support the conservative Independence party. The two polar extremes of the spectrum dominate the field, as the poll finds all other parties enjoy the support of less than 10% of voters.
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