MDG, Red and SV goes up and would get four more seats in the city council than in the day. There are as many as the Ap is set to tape, shows Oslo-the poll Norstat has carried out for Aftenposten and NRK in February.
MDG, measured over 10 per cent, but aim higher.
We have adopted a target of 15 per cent, but this is very good, " says the MDGs samferdselsbyråd Lan Marie Nguyen Berg.
On the civil side ensures the Right position as the city's biggest party and hijacks a new bystyreplass at the expense of the Left, which loses one of the four mandates they have in the day.
- It is with concern I see that the Right forces in this measurement. It means that we have a job to do, " says mayor Castle (SV) to Aftenposten.
Mandatberegningen provides 31 mandates to the current city commissioner and 28 to the bourgeois parties, which is the same order of strength as in the day. Thus it can be predicted to be valgthriller in the capital 19. september.
Yesterday Raymond Johansen (Ap) choose to focus on that the most important thing is rødgrønt majority.
" I am very pleased with the fact that Oslo still want to have a rødgrønt control. There is a clear majority for the governing board, and the Labour party is the largest party in the coalition. This measurement is not something the scream about a politikkendring, says Johansen to NRK.
Measurement provides this level of support for parties who are represented in the city council in Oslo today:Right 33,6 (+1,8)the Labour party 26,5 (-5,5)MDG 10,7 (+2,6)the Socialist Left party 8 (+2,6)Red 7,4 (+2,4)Frp 5,9 (-0,1)the Left-4,6 (-2,3)KrF 2,2 (-0,2).
the Measurement is performed by Norstat between 7. and 12. February and are based on 1.000 interviews. Margin of error is between 0.3 and 3.5 percentage points, and largest for the largest parties.