A new MMR poll, conducted May 26-June 1, shows presidential candidate Guðni Th. Jóhannesson with 56.6 percent support among voters.
A poll conducted by Maskína May 10-13 reveals that two out of three voters in Iceland find the post of the president important in the Icelandic political system.
An MMR poll conducted May 6-9 reveals that the majority of Icelanders, or 51.4 percent, are opposed to joining the European Union.
The Independence Party has come top in the latest opinion poll in Iceland, with roughly 31 percent support.
A poll conducted Monday night by Fréttablaðið, Stöð 2 and Vísir shows that presidential candidate Guðni Th. Jóhannesson enjoys overwhelming support among voters.
According to a new Gallup poll, support for the Pirate Party is down by 9 percentage points since last month, meaning that the Independence Party now enjoys as much support as the Pirates.
Young people and senior citizens are the biggest supporters of incumbent president, Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, according to a new MMR opinion poll.
Iceland’s ruling Progressive Party would lose 15 of its current 19 MPs if an election were held today, a new poll claims. The poll also predicts that no two parties would be able to form a coalition government, unless one of them were the Pirate Party.
A poll conducted April 4 and 5 by MMR shows that voters’ trust in PM Sigmundur Davíð Gunnlaugsson is at a historic low.
Hillary Clinton is the most trusted US presidential hopeful among Icelandic voters, a new poll has revealed.
The results of the latest MMR opinion poll on support for individual political parties and for the sitting government shows that the Pirate Party remains by far the biggest force in Icelandic politics, despite suffering a slight drop in support.
A report done by the World Health Organization reveals that Icelandic children have a better relationship with their fathers than do children in other countries.
For the first time ever, support for the Pirate Party has exceeded 40 percent, according to a new poll conducted by Fréttablaðið and Stöð2.
An MMR poll conducted January 12-20 reveals that 53.2 percent of Icelanders support government- funded grants for artists in the form of salary paid to those whose applications are accepted.
A recent poll conducted by MMR reveals that 54 percent of Icelanders believe that clairvoyant people or those with psychic power exist.
Almost 18 percent of Icelanders believe that God created the universe, according to a poll conducted by Maskína.
A new Gallup poll reveals that the Pirate Party now enjoys the support of most voters in the City of Reykjavík.
Almost six out of ten Icelanders would like there to be a limit to how long a person may serve as president.
Bright Future would not get a single member elected to Alþingi if the election took place now, according to the latest Fréttablaðið opinion poll.