The ruling Swedish coalition Alliance polled higher than their opposition rivals


Sunday, 03 July 2011
The ruling government coalition parties or the Alliance parties are again larger than the Red-Green opposition bloc, according to the Swedish tabloid news paper, Aftonbladet, in an opinion poll commissioned to the polling organisation United Minds.

The government parties got 46.6 percent of the respondents' votes, while the Social Democrats, Greens and Left Party which forms the Red-Green coalition, have 44.4 percent.

In particular, the Christian Democrats (in the ruling coalition) increased to reach the parliamentary threshold of over four percent point in the poll which 1127 people were interviewed between June 6 and July 2.
By Team

Print this article

What do you think about this article? Would you like to leave a comment? It will be much appreciated. You can also rate this article.

  • Should be Empty:

Scandinavian Companies & Market Magazine
(C) 2010  Granscole Establishment Sweden AB. Registered in Sweden as a Media Company. Organisation Number: 556782-6572
F-Skatt (VAT) Number: SE556782657201