|Tuesday, 12 April 2011
The Conservative Moderate party in Sweden has great ideas of how Sweden should be a strong and prosperous country and for that it is awarded well in regular opinion assessments.
According to latest opinion poll, conducted by polling organisation, Demoskop for the Swedish tabloid paper, Expressen the party made a strong progress in the tests. According to it, the party increased its support by 3.8 percentage points and is supported now by 36.2 percent of voters.
The Christian Democrats are back in the four percent threshold, while the other alliance party mate, the Centre party is clinging to just above the parliamentary threshold.
On the contrary, all the parties of the Red-Green opposition bloc lost in the measurement and if there were elections today, the government parties would have received 50.3 percent of the vote.
By Scancomark.se Team