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prime minister tops confidence votes

Opinion polls lean in Reinfeldt's favour

Published tisdag 21 augusti 2012 kl 10.21
Prime minister Fredrik Reinfeldt. Photo: Henrik Montgomery/Scanpix.

Prime minister and Moderate party leader Fredrik Reinfeldt still tops the confidence polls in Sweden, according to a new opinion survey published in the newspaper Expressen.

The survey, conducted by market research agency Sifo, shows that 51 percent of the test group answered that they have the most confidence in Reinfeldt of all the party leaders.

It gives the Social Democrat party leader, Stefan Löfven, 30 percent of the group's confidence.

The poll reveals a slight lean in favour towards Reinfeldt and away from Löfven. The same survey conducted in May showed that Reinfeldt received confidence votes from 49 percent of the participants, and Löfven recieved 32 percent.

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