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November Opinion Poll

Social Democrats up, Moderates down

Published söndag 13 november 2011 kl 10.58

A new poll from Sifo shows that the Social Democrats' numbers are still low after the Håkan Juholt rental apartment affair, but the drastic drop in support seems to have stopped, reports news agency TT.

The Social Democrats have gained 1.9 percent to 27.4 percent. The conservative Moderate Party lost 2 percent, but the ruling center-right Alliance has a 6.1 percent lead over the opposition, 49.3 percent to 43.2 percent.

Support for the Center Party, with its new leader Annie Lööf, has increased by 1.5 percent, and the party now has 6.7 percent.

Results of the Sifo November poll with changes compared to the October 23 poll:

Moderates 32.8 (-2.0)

Liberal Party 6.6 (+0.6)

Center party 6.7 (+1.5)

Christian Democrats 3.2 (-0.8)

Social Democrats 27.4 (+1.9)

Left Party 5.8 (-0.6)

Green Party 10.0 (-0.7))

Sweden Democrats 6.7 (+0.8)

Other parties 0.8 (-0.8)

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