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Social Democrats see a break in growth - new poll show

Tuesday, 08 May 2012
The Social Democrats which has been experiencing meteoric growth in opinion polls has hit a wall somewhere and reversed a bit.

The party which seems to have found it mojo under the new leader Stefan Löfven has stopped rising dramatically as previously feared. This will be the first time the party will slow in its growth since Stefan Löfven took over as party leader according to a new poll by polling organisation, United Minds for the tabloid paper, Aftonbladet.

The party ended up at 34.6 percent, a decline of 1.0 percentage points. The government's four alliance parties join together were ahead 3.4 percentage points and get 44.2 percent. The red-green opposition is still the largest, collecting 48.4 percent, minus 2.1 percentage points from the previous assessment.

Sweden Democrats slopes of 0.8 percentage points to 6.4 percent.
United Minds measurement is made in cooperation with CINT. 1192 people were interviewed during the period April 10 to May 6

Swedish Political party opinion positioning according to Aftonbladet / United Minds
Party
Voter Support  
Change *
Moderates   
29.7%   
+1.2%
The Liberal Party   
6.7%   
+1.9%
The Centre Party  
4.6%   
+1.0%
The Christian Democrats   
3.2%   
-0.7%
The Green Party   
8.2%  
-1.0%
The Social Democrats  
34.6%  
-1.0%
The Left   
5.6%   
-0.1%
Sweden Democrats  
6.4%  
-0.8%
Other  
1.0%  
-0.6%
* Since the last poll, in April 2012.


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