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27th May 2016

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Austria's far-right set to gain 20 percent in EP vote

The latest opinion polls published in profil, Oesterreich and Der Standard show the conservative People's Party and the Social Democrats head-to-head on 26 percent. The far-right Freedom Party is set to score around 20 percent, while the Greens and the young liberal party Neos oscillate between 10 and 14 percent.

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