The Slovenian parliamentary election is going to be held in July 2018. The previous election in 2014 was won by the new party SMC (Party of Miro Cerar), who formed a government with the Democratic Party of Pensioners of Slovenia (DeSUS) and the Social Democrats (SD). SMC was renamed Modern Centre Party (Stranka modernega centra). The United Left also entered the parliament in 2014 for the first time but dissolved into The Left in June 2017.
In Slovenia, there are 90 seats in the National Assembly up for election with a representative electoral system. Only two seats, one each for the Italian and the Hungarian Minorities are allocated by a first-past-the-post system. Find all polls for the next election in Slovenia here on pollofpolls.eu. The polling firms publish their results including the percentage of undecided voters and intentions to vote for none of the mentioned parties in the respective poll. The numbers and the calculated poll of polls in the line-chart below are excluding these percentages and show just the voting intentions with party mentions.