Current polling data at a glance
Suomen KeskustaCentre Party of Finland
Suomen Keskusta, also known as the Centre Party of Finland, was founded in 1906. The party has its roots in the agricultural and rural population and has a long history in Finnish politics.
The Centre Party upholds values such as decentralization, agricultural interests, and regional development. It emphasizes the importance of rural areas and the quality of life there.
In the last election, the party reached 11.3% of the votes. In the current election trend, Suomen Keskusta is at 10.4%. This is a difference of -0.9 compared to the last election result. The party is represented in the current parliament with 23 Seats.
Economically, the Centre Party advocates for greater support for agriculture and rural businesses. It supports the development of infrastructure in rural areas.
The Centre Party is committed to strengthening employment in rural areas and supports measures to create jobs in smaller communities.
In healthcare policy, the Centre Party emphasizes the need for healthcare services in rural areas and access to healthcare for all citizens.
Environment and energy
The Centre Party supports environmentally friendly agricultural practices and the protection of the natural environment in rural areas.
In foreign policy, the Centre Party emphasizes strengthening relations with neighboring countries and promoting free trade.
The Centre Party supports an orderly immigration policy focused on integration and labor market needs.
The Centre Party advocates for social security in rural areas and promotes measures to improve living conditions in these regions.
The Centre Party supports educational measures to strengthen rural schools and ensure educational opportunities in all parts of the country.
The Centre Party has a positive stance towards the European Union (EU) and emphasizes the importance of membership for Finland's economic development.
Mobility & Transport
The Centre Party has plans to improve transportation policy, especially concerning the accessibility of rural areas and the promotion of public transportation.
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