A recent survey conducted by pollster Bill Johnson is showing the Opposition St Kitts and Nevis Labour Party winning six out of the eight seats if an election had been called around June-July 2019.
According to the poll, 48 per cent of the people questioned feel that Dr Denzil Douglas, who leads the party, would do a better job running the country, compared to 29 per cent who think Dr Timothy Harris is up to the job.
In addition, 48 per cent said they wished Douglas were still prime minister, compared to 35 per cent who said they were content with Harris as head of the Government.
The poll also shows that across six constituencies, an average of 38 per cent think that the Government is doing a good job.
Johnson Survey Research Inc said it designed the poll to “assess how likeable candidates are and how favourable two political leaders are rated across the various constituencies”.