Opposition coalition, the Red-Green maintain their position as they drive hard towards office in Sweden
Monday, 30 September 2013
The feeling that Sweden will have a brand news government in 2014
continues to remain strong after a new poll out shows that the
Red-Green opposition coalition continues to hold their ground in
voters' support with 51.7 percent.
The Conservative Moderates on their part continues to bleed and its governing coalition, the Alliance, fell 38.8 percent.
The Conservatives moderates lose 0.9 percentage points, while the
Christian Democrats increased 1 percentage point and climbs up over
parliament accession threshold. The Center party loses 0.6 percentage
points and falls under the parliamentary accession threshold to 3.5
percent. The threshold is 4 percent.
The polls was conducted by the polling organisation Ipsos for the
Swedish Daily Dagens Nyheter. All changes since the last poll is within
the margin of error.
by Scancomark.com Team