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Record low support for the Swedish Social Democrats

Friday, 04 November 2011
The Swedish Social Democrats continues to loose support in a new poll as the bad blood the supports have for the party’s leader continue to push support away.


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If elections were to be held today, the party would have only 26.6 percent of the vote, which is so far the worst record in the opinion polls collections as pooling organisation, Demoskop did for the tabloid newspaper, Expressen.

The young people and women are the ones who are leading the route to the next door as the party continue to believe that things will change. The believe is that people have short memories such that by election time people might have forgotten the behaviours to their leader and his unsolicited claims and vote for the party.

However, the Red-Green coalition leaped somewhat to a 45.9 percent support, against the alliance's 46.6.
12 percent of those polled say they trust the leader Hakan Juholt, versus 57 percent for Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt I a poll that testes the opinion of some random 1000 people in October.
 By Scancomark.se Team


 Which party would you vote for if elections were to be held today. Break down of voter support (change in brackets)
Party
Support
change
 The Social Democrats       
26.6       
(-1,6)
 The Green Party       
12.6       
(+2,1)
 The Left       
6.7       
(+2,1)
 Moderates      
 33.4       
(+0,7)
 The Liberal Party       
5.1      
(-1,1)
 The Centre Party       
4.9       
(-0,9)
 The Christian Democrats       
3.2      
(-1,5)
 Sweden  Democrats       
6      
 (+0,1)



 The red-green      
 45.9     
 (+2,6)
 Alliance       
46.6       
 (-2,8)


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