Estonians voted on Sunday in a parliamentary election with center-right Prime Minister Taavi Roivas favored to form a new pro-NATO coalition and fend off a challenge by an opposition party that wants better ties with neighboring Russia
Roivas' Reform Party
, which has stressed fears of Russian interference in Estonia
's Crimea region last year, led with 26 percent support in a final TNS EMOR poll on Friday against 22 for the center-left Center Party
A free-marketeer and the youngest European Union
leader at 35, Roivas is likely to be best placed to form a new coalition, even if the Center Party
wins the most votes.