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Swedish government in persistent is approval rating as the opposition Red-green gain majority - pollFriday, 30 March 2012
The Swedish opposition, Social Democrats would have its own parliamentary majority with the Green Party and Left Party if elections where to be held today according to latest opinion poll as the alliance coalition of the Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt starts living is rejection
According to the opinion poll conducted by polling institute Ipsos, just over half of voters are now in support of the three opposition parties. The Social Democrats account for nearly all the gains of 6.3 percentage points to 35.6 percent, according to the results of the poll which conducted for the Swedish daily, Dagens Nyheter.
On the government side is the Conservatives who have lost most, minus 2.4 to 29.7 percent.
Far rights, Sweden Democrats slopes 1.3 to 4.2 percent.
Things are changing in the opposition camp since the change of leadership in the Social democrat party and various forms of scandal within the conservatives. Also the question of how to best check things like youth unemployment better weighs on the government now more.
Voter opinion according to Ipsos
|Lot / Block
|People's Party (Liberal)
||+ / -0
|Source: Dagens Nyheter
Only the Social Democrats' increase is statistically significant.
Results based on 2502 telephone interviews during the period from March 8 to 27, 2012. The proportion of undecided voters is 20.2 percent.
Ipsos has bought Synovate whose entire business is part of Ipsos.
By Scancomark.se Team
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