Miro Cerar's government team, which is carrying out current business, received an interesting rating. Three months after Cerar's resignation and two weeks after the elections, its rating has improved. 37.4% of those polled think that the government is doing a good job, while 53.8% rated the government's work as unsuccessful.
The rating of the government's work has thus gone up since the poll conducted last month.
SDS tops the poll followed by LMŠ
So, what are the parties' rankings two weeks after the elections? If elections were held this Sunday, there would be no major changes, at least in the order of the top ranking parties. The Slovene Democratic Party came first, supported by more than 25% of those polled. Lista Marjana Šarca came in second, with 11.6%. The Social Democrats and the Modern Centre Party follow, both on 9.2%. 8.8% of those polled would endorse the Left, 3.8% the Alenka Bratušek Party, 3.4% the Slovenian National Party and 3.2% Nova Slovenija, while DeSUS received 3.1% support.
Around 14% of those polled said they were undecided about who they would vote for.