Ahead of the September 25 election, nine parties are polling high enough to potentially win seats in Parliament.
This means Icelandic politics could be on the brink of another coalition – with the ruling coalition on the brink of retaining or losing power.
Coming up to the 2021 election, many issues are in the hearts of voters – mainly healthcare, the economy and the environment.
All of these issues are to some degree underpinned and impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Iceland has reported 11,338 cases in total since the pandemic started – experiencing the third wave of new infections in late August/early September.
The Government has been praised for its handling of the pandemic – but according to the latest polls, the leading parties could be losing support.