May 7th, 2019
Had a general election taken place at the turn of April and May, Smer-SD would have won on 19.1 percent of the votes, giving it 30 seats in Parliament. Smer-SD would have been followed by the far-right People's Party Our Slovakia (LSNS), which would have garnered 13.9 percent of the votes and 22 seats. A potential coalition of Progressive Slovakia (PS) and Together (Spolu) would have been placed third on 13.7 percent (21 seats). Freedom and Solidarity (SaS) would have ended up fourth on 13.1 percent (20 seats), followed by OLaNO on 9.2 percent (14 seats) and We Are Family on 8.3 percent (13 seats).