VVD wins support, Labour is second biggest party in new poll

The latest two-weekly poll from Ipsos Synovate shows support for the VVD Liberals has risen slightly but the other two parties making up the coalition alliance, the CDA and PVV, are down.

Geert Wilders’ anti-immigration PVV would take 20 seats if there was a general election tomorrow, down one on the previous poll and four down on its June 2010 general election total.
The Christian Democrats would take 13 seats, one down on two weeks ago and eight down on its general election total. But the VVD is up five on its general election total of 31.
The Labour party under new leader Diederick Samsom is once again the second biggest party in the Synovate poll with 26 seats, still four below its general election score. The Socialists are down one on the previous poll at 25, but still 10 above their actual total.

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