Results from a new MMR poll reveal that 64.1 percent of Icelanders have a positive stance towards foreign tourists.
Neither the Reform Party nor Bright Future, two of the three parties making up the Icelandic coalition government, would win a seat in Alþingi, the Icelandic parliament, were elections to be held today.
Iceland ranks 14th among the world’s least corrupt nations, according to the Corruption Perceptions Index 2016.
A new poll, conducted by MMR January 3-10, shows the Independence Party enjoying 26.1 percent support, which is down from 29.3 percent in the last poll.
Nearly all Icelanders are pleased with the performance of our president, Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, according to a poll published Sunday.
Support for the Left-Green Movement has increased by 5 percent since the October 29 parliamentary election in Iceland.
A new poll from MMR reveals that 45 percent of drivers in Iceland aged 18-29 send or read text messages while driving.
Polling places in Iceland close at 10 pm, after which time we can expect the initial results of the parliamentary election.
With the Icelandic parliamentary election coming up tomorrow, a new poll from MMR has just been published.
With a parliamentary election only three days away, a new MMR poll shows the same parties in the top five spots as does another poll published today.
A new poll conducted for Fréttablaðið, Stöð 2 and Vísir shows the Independence Party enjoying more support than any other in Iceland, or 25.1 percent.
A new poll conducted for Morgunblaðið October 14-19 shows the Pirate Party enjoying more voter support than any other party, or 22.6 percent.
According to a new poll conducted by Fréttablaðið, Stöð2 and Vísir, the Left-Green Movement has gained more support than any other Icelandic political party since the last poll.
A new poll, published today, conducted for Morgunblaðið by the Social Science Research Institute of the University of Iceland, shows the Independence Party leading the political parties with 21.5 of the vote.
A poll conducted by MMR shows that 15.4 percent of Icelanders see President Guðni Th. Jóhannesson as a symbol of unity for the nation.
A new poll, conducted October 3 and 4 by Fréttablaðið, Stöð 2 and Vísir, shows there appear to be swift changes in the support enjoyed by political parties in Iceland.
A new poll by MMR shows the Pirate Party and the Independence party running neck and neck, each with 22.7 percent of voters’ support.
Jóhann Kristjánsson, the campaign manager of the Pirate Party in Iceland, left his position yesterday.
A Gallup poll conducted July 26-August 31 confirms that the Independence Party and the Pirate Party are Iceland’s largest political parties.
The Independence Party has reclaimed its position as Iceland’s largest political party with a 24.6 percent support ranking, a new survey by MMR, shows. The Pirate Party, which has topped most polls for the past year and a half, is down to 22.4 percent.
A new poll shows the Pirate Party enjoying more support than any other in Iceland, or 28 percent, while the new party Viðreisn, (which roughly translates into ‘Revival’), takes a leap and measures with 8 percent support.