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Politics

Opposition still ahead in polls

Published lördag 28 april 2012 kl 10.35
Social Democratic leader Stefan Löfven was appointed in January 2012 and since then the party has increased in popularity. Photo: Bertil Ericson/Scanpix

The Left-Green opposition parties remain ahead in the latest DN/Ipsos poll but a recent spurt in support has leveled off.

Sweden’s governing centre-right coalition has 45.1 percent support compared to 48.9 percent for the opposition parties.

Dagens Nyheter newspaper reports that the Social Democratic Party made poling history with a record increase in support from 23.7 percent in January this year to 35.6 percent in March. Support for the largest party in the coalition, the centre-right Moderates increased by just over 2 percent to 34.6 percent.

The survey asked 2,200 voters “Which party would you vote for if the general election were held tomorrow?”.

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