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How the Swedish political parties stand when it comes to opinion survey according to polling organisation, Sifo’s voter barometer for April.
Party Opinion poll support (percentage)
Change since last poll
Conservative Moderates 29.1    
The people’s party
The Center Party    
Christian Democrats   
Social Democrats    
Green Party    
Left Party   
Sweden Democrats    
1898 voters were contacted between 2 and 12 April with the question: Which party would you vote for if the election were today?
Source: Sifo

The Social Democrats continues its march forward in opinion polls

Sunday, 15 April 2012
The Swedish Social Democrats' success in the eyes of voters as the party to change the country in the future seem to be for real as poll shows its perception and support among voters continues to remain strong.

In a latest poll conducted by polling organisation, Sifo which testes voters’ voter interest in the various parties if election were today show the Social Democrats increasing by 3.1 percentage points to 36.8. Since January, the party has seen 12.2 percent increase in opinion.

The gap between government’s coalition and the opposition coalition is growing and is now 8.9 percentage points in favour of the opposition Red Green coalition.

The Social Democrats have picked voters from all quarters and have recalled back voters and supporters who deviated in the past when the party was having in fighting and a horrible leadership.
The Social Democrats achievement at the moment is above past election results but all the government parties stand below their past election.

Apart from the impressive performance of the Social Democrats, there were growths observed in the smaller parties also as the poll show compared to the past. The Green Party lost one percentage point but all of the other changes are minor.

The study which is summarised here is published in Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet and Göteborgs-Posten.
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