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The far rights are eating into the Red Green gains on the opinion poll

Thursday, 19 December 2013
The Swedish far right party, Sweden Democrats has reached a new record level of 10.4 percent, up 1 percentage point, in the new opinion poll in Sweden conducted by polling organisation,  Novus voter  for TV4.

The Centre party fell 0.4 percentage points and is currently outside parliament accession threshold and stands at 3.9 percent. Although the people’s party and the Christian Democrats  also slopes while support for the Conservative Moderates increasing by 0.8 percentage points to 25.0 percent.

In the Red-Green bloc, the Left Party was a loser with a fall of 0.8 percentage points to 6.4 percent.

Overall, the Red-Green parties reduce their take somewhat since the November polling and together stand at 49.9 percent, compared with 38.5 percent of the Alliance. But at the same time the difference between blocs remain the largest since the 2010 election.

Opinion poll according Novus

All changes are within the margin of error.

Party  
Voter Support   
Change *
Social Democrats   
34.2  
+0.3
The Left Party  
 6.4  
-0.8
The Green Party    
9.3  
+0.2
Centre party       
3.9  
-0.4
People’s party      
5.5   
-0.7
Moderates        
25  
+0.8
Christian Democrats  
4.1  
-0.3
Sweden Democrats    
10.4  
+1.0
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Governing The Alliance  
38.5  
-0.6
Opposition Red-green   
49.9  
-0.3
* Change in percentage points since the previous survey. Novus survey was conducted via telephone interviews November 25 to December 15, when 2501 people were asked how they would vote if the election were today.

By Scancomark.com Team

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