Antti Rinne, Mari Kiviniemi and Anneli Jäätteenmäki remained on the tail of the survey.
Prime minister Sanna Marin (sd) is by far Finland’s most popular prime minister in the 21st century, according to a survey by Uutissuomalainen. As many as a third of Finns consider Marinia to be the best prime minister. Marin is the most respected in almost all population groups.
The next most prestigious is Paavo Lipponen (sd) with a share of 13%. Downtown Matti Vanhanen and Juha Sipilä received eight percent support.
Professor Emeritus of Political Science Heikki Paloheimo thinks in an interview with Uutissuomalainen that the treatment of a corona pandemic may have an impact on Marin ‘s popularity.
“For example, in the early 2021 barometer, about 60 percent of respondents have estimated Marin’s government has performed well or fairly well,” says Paloheimo.
Marin is especially popular with women. All other prime ministers who have been in power for at least a year are more popular among men than women.
The Coalition Party has had two prime ministers this millennium, Jyrki Katainen and Alexander Stubb. Their valuation was between 4 and 5 percent.
Demarien Antti Rinne (sd) as well as downtown Mari Kiviniemi and Anneli Jäätteenmäki each received only one percent of the mentions. They served as prime ministers for less than a year.
Respective party supporters are grouped behind their own prime ministers. However, the Coalitioners do it lazily. Only 18 percent of the party’s supporters rated Katainen as the best prime minister and 17 percent rated Stubb.
Marin is the least popular among those earning more than 100,000 euros a year. They like other income groups more than the coalition duo, especially Katainen.
However, Marin is also the most popular prime minister among the best earners.
A thousand Finns responded to the survey. The margin of error is 3.1 percent in its direction.