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Norwegians Believe Erna Solberg will be Norway’s Next Prime Minister

According to the latest poll by TV2, two of three Norwegians believe in victory of Conservative (Høyre) leader Erna Solberg in the next election.

The measurement was made by TNS Gallup for TV 2 with personal telephone interviews of 963 eligible voters.

According to the survey, 66 percent of the respondents think Erna Solberg becomes prime minister after the general election in 2013, while only 30.9 percent believe Jens Stoltenberg (Labour).

At the same time a majority of Labor voters do not want to see the current coalition partners, Socialist Left Party (SV) and Centre Party (Q) in the next government. They want a pure Labor government.

Conservative leader is now prime favorite of all age groups in all regions. Even majority of public officials now believe in Erna Solberg’s victory in the next election.

Talking to TV2, Solberg states that they present new ideas and better solutions and people want something different after seven years of red-green politics.

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