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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.
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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

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