Persistent low confidence in the Swedish Social Democrat leader as a Prime Ministerial object


Sunday, 03 July 2011
Swedish Prime minister in waiting, if the Social Democrats can win the next election, is not popular among voters, new opinion poll shows. Current Prime Minister, Fredrik Reinfeldt has continued to maintain good confidence as Prime Minister than the Social Democratic party leader Hakan Juholt.

In a new poll by SIFO, commissioned by the PR agency Westander, 60 percent of respondent said that they have the greatest confidence in Reinfeldt, while a meagre 22 percent said Juholt would be popular according to various Swedish press reports.

The Social Democrat leader is approaching his predecessor, Mona Sahlin in a raced to the bottom as she saw here low of lows in August 2010. 1000 people participated in the survey.
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