Poll: Norway’s centre-left govt may lose majority

OSLO, Aug 17 (Reuters) – Norway’s centre-left coalition government is struggling to gather enough support to maintain its parliamentary majority in next month’s election, an opinion poll showed on Monday.

A survey by Santio showed the government, formed from the Labor party, the Socialist Left and the agrarian Centre Party, winning 78 seats in the 169-member parliament. The poll was the latest to signal the Sept. 14 vote will lead to minority rule.

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