Slovenia’s government needs to understand public opinion better, and faster

Exactly one year has passed since the formation of Slovenia’s 15th government, in which Robert Golop’s Freedom Movement defeated Janus Jansa’s Slovenian Democratic Party, SDS.

At that time, presidential and local elections were held without creating a significant change in the balance of political power.

Not much for parties or their programs [if any] Influence polling or election results. So the environment in which elections are held in Slovenia is a major determinant of the outcome.

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