Current polling data at a glance
HDZCroatian Democratic Union
The Croatian Democratic Union, also known as HDZ, was founded in 1989 and played a crucial role in Croatia's independence from Yugoslavia. The party has since been one of the dominant political forces in Croatia.
HDZ is a conservative party that emphasizes Croatian national interests. It advocates for strengthening national identity and sovereignty.
In the last election, the party reached 35.8% of the votes. In the current election trend, HDZ is at 31.7%. This is a difference of -4.1 compared to the last election result. The party is represented in the current parliament with 66 Seats.
In economic policy, the party follows market-oriented principles and economic liberalization. It promotes entrepreneurial activities and economic growth.
HDZ supports labor market reforms and measures to create jobs. It emphasizes the importance of job security and investments in the workforce.
The party advocates for a mix of public and private healthcare to ensure diversity and efficiency in the healthcare system.
Environment and energy
HDZ advocates for environmental protection and sustainability. It supports measures to reduce environmental impacts and preserve Croatia's natural resources.
In foreign policy, the party emphasizes Croatia's European integration and strengthening relations with NATO. It advocates for an active role for Croatia in international affairs.
HDZ pursues a restrictive immigration policy, relying on strict border controls and limiting immigration.
The party advocates for social security and the strengthening of social services to improve the quality of life for citizens.
HDZ supports education policy and advocates for the modernization of the education system to enhance the quality of education in Croatia.
HDZ is pro-European and supports Croatia's membership in the European Union to benefit from the advantages of the EU.
Mobility & Transport
The party advocates for the modernization of transportation infrastructure and the promotion of traffic safety and mobility.
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