The ANO movement would have won the elections to the Chamber of Deputies by 27.3 %. The second place would go to the Together coalition, followed by the Pirates and Mayors coalition. The ruling ČSSD would not make it into the lower house of Parliament again. This is according to a survey conducted by the STEM agency at the end of September.
The ANO movement has weakened slightly compared to some polls in recent months. It had 32.4 percent at the start of September. Now, even with 27.3 percent, it would win the election by a wide margin. The second coalition, Together (ODS, TOP 09, KDU-ČSL), would have won 21.4 percent. The third-place would have gone to the Pirates, in conjunction with the Mayors, to whom the poll attributed 17.4 %.
The SPD (12.3 percent), the Communists with 6.5 percent, and Robert Šlachta’s Oath (5.7 percent) would also make it into the lower house of Parliament.
On the other hand, the current ruling ČSSD would not make it into the Chamber with 4.4 percent of the vote. Social Democracy has long struggled with a drop in its preferences, and a large portion of recent pre-election polls do not attribute its success in the Chamber of Deputies to it.
If converted into seats, the winning ANO movement would win 64 seats in the lower house. The PirSTAN coalition would get 48 seats, the SPD would get 26 seats, the KSČM would get 13 seats, and Přísaha would get 10 seats.
The poll was conducted between 24 and 30 September. 1,247 respondents over the age of 18 took part.