Election trends and current polls for Norway

Latest election trend

H
30.4
Ap
17.7
FrP
13.2
SV
8.2
R
8.1
Sp
4.9
V
4.0
MDG
4.0
KrF
3.6
Others
5.9
Next election: 2025
The next parliamentary election in Norway is expected to take place in 2025.

Latest election polls

Coalitions

Høyre + Fremskrittspartiet + Senterpartiet
53.6
Høyre + Arbeiderpartiet
53.2
Høyre + Fremskrittspartiet + Venstre
52.6
Arbeiderpartiet + Senterpartiet
25.0

Election trend development

Government

Jonas Gahr Støre
Head of government


Government might not stay in office
In the current election trend, the government parties achieve 25.0% of the votes.

Current Parliament

Seats in parliament
169
Government
Opposition
76
93
Center parties
127
Left-leaning parties
Right-leaning parties
72
60

FAQ

What is the name of the parliament in Norway?

Parliament in Norway is called "Storting".

How often is election in Norway?

The parliament is elected every 4 year. The next election in Norway is held in 2025.

When is the next election in Norway?

The next election of the parliament in Norway is regularly scheduled to take place in 2025.

Current election trend

In the latest election trend for Norway, the parties would get the following votes: Høyre 30.4%, Arbeiderpartiet 17.7%, Fremskrittspartiet 13.2%, Sosialistisk Venstreparti 8.2%, Rødt 8.1%, Senterpartiet 4.9%, Venstre 4%, De Grønne 4% and Kristelig Folkeparti 3.6%. In each case, the most recent election polls from institutes with opinion polls in the past 3 months were taken into account. A total of at least 3881 persons participated in the election polls.

This is how the PolitPro election trend is calculated

The PolitPro AI calculates its own election trend from the latest election polls of leading opinion research institutes. The individual values are calculated from a weighted average of the polls. Thereby, time dependencies, i.e. how long ago a poll was asked, or the accuracy of the institutes are also taken into account. The PolitPro election trend therefore allows a quick overview of the different parliaments.
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