A new poll conducted by the Factum Invenio agency suggests that if the general election were held today, six parties would make it into the Chamber of Deputies. According to the survey, the opposition Social Democrats would win with 28.5 percent of the vote, while traditional right-wing rivals, the Civic Democrats, would finish with 19.2. The Communist Party would finish third – with 15.9 percent, followed by TOP 09 with 13.7. Two parties, not currently represented in the lower house would, the survey suggests, make it back in: the Christian Democrats (5.9 percent) and the Greens (5.4). By contrast, current coalition member Public Affairs would finish well below the five percent threshold required: just 2.2 percent.