The Christian Democrats would remain the biggest party in government with 34 seats if there was a general election tomorrow, according to the latest political barometer from bureau Synovate.
The CDA’s coalition partners Labour and the ChristenUnie would take 21 and eight seats respectively, giving the government 63 of the 150 seats in parliament.
The Synovate poll puts Geert Wilders’ anti-immigration party on 26 seats.
The results are in stark contrast to two other recent polls, both of which gave Labour far fewer seats and said the PVV is currently the most popular party.
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