Finnish liberal right on track to win vote

April 12, 2011 06:46


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HELSINKI - Finland's liberal-right National Coalition Party is set to win most votes in Sunday's general election, a poll published by newspaper Helsingin Sanomat said.

Tuesday's survey showed National Coalition, led by Finance Minister Jyrki Katainen, won the support of 20.2 percent of voters. The opposition-leading Social Democrats Party had 18.0 percent and Prime Minister Mari Kiviniemi's Centre Party took 17.9 percent.

Populist True Finns party had 16.9 percent, down from the agency's previous survey in February.

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