ANO and the Social Democrats are almost neck and neck in terms of public support, suggests an opinion poll conducted by the SANEP agency earlier this month. The survey indicated that 21.3 percent of Czechs would now vote for ANO, compared to 20.9 percent for the Social Democrats. ANO, the second party in the governing coalition have consistently lead in the opinion polls over the Social Democrats, who head the government. The SANEP survey put the Communists in third on 14.1 percent support.
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