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Norwegians move Right, journalists stay Left. Opinion as to who should be Prime Minister is firmly divided less than six months before the general election. A majority of voters would like Conservative (H) leader Erna Solberg, most of the media is rooting for Labour’s (Ap) Jens Stoltenberg. Amongst a plethora of figures form Bergen-based analysis company Response, 50 percent of editors and 49 percent of journalists say ‘yes’ to Jens. Dagsavisen also reports that the journalists under 30s and over 60s are most positively inclined to the current Prime Minister.

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Norwegians move Right, journalists stay Left

Published on Monday, 25th March, 2013 at 10:46 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

Opinion as to who should be Prime Minister is firmly divided less than six months before the general election. A majority of voters would like Conservative (H) leader Erna Solberg, most of the media is rooting for Labour’s (Ap) Jens Stoltenberg.

Norwegian ballot box
Norwegian ballot box
Photo: Lars Røed Hansen/Wikimedia Commons


Amongst a plethora of figures form Bergen-based analysis company Response, 50 percent of editors and 49 percent of journalists say ‘yes’ to Jens.

Dagsavisen also reports that the journalists under 30s and over 60s are most positively inclined to the current Prime Minister.

Signor Stoltenberg’s male/female journalist popularity is 46 percent and 53 percent, respectively.

A median average of 28 percent of media workers are in favour of the Conservatives’ Erna Solberg.

Over to the readers and TV viewers – probably excluding journalists – Mrs Solberg gets 42 percent voter support, while Jens Stoltenberg receives 37 percent.

No other detailed breakdown figures comparable to the Prime Minister’s are given by Dagsavisen regarding the Conservative Party leader.

Other figures for all groups of people are as follows:

The ‘Don’t Knows’ are 11, 16, and 16 percent amongst members of the public, editors, and journalists, respectively.

Results for ‘Others’, distributed as above, are 9, 5, and 8 percent.

Response Analyse asked 801 members of the public, 261 editors, and 605 journalists for their opinions.

Polling Day is set for Monday 9th September.



Published on Monday, 25th March, 2013 at 10:46 under the news category, by Michael Sandelson   .

This post has the following tags: norwayelections, norwayrightists, norwayleftists.





  
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