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Poll: Voter support split for Sweden's main parties

Published måndag 1 december 2014 kl 10.57
I dag debatteras regeringens budget i riksdagen. Foto: Jessica Gow/TT.
Swedish Parliament in session. Photo: Jessica Gow/TT.

Voter support for Sweden's main political parties is split, according to a poll by Statistics Sweden.  

The question asked was: Which party would you vote for if the election were held again during the next few days?

The poll found that the governing Social Democrats and Green Party would receive 39.4 percent of the vote, while the center-right Alliance parties would receive 39.2 percent.  

The xenophobic Sweden Democrats would receive 12.4 percent of the vote, and the Left Party would receive 5.7 percent. 

Support has increased slightly for the conservative Moderates who would now get 24.2 percent, compared with the 23.3 percent they got in the election. The Christian Democrats fell to 3.7 percent, down 0.9 percentage points since the election.

The percentage of undecided voters was about 11 percent, according to the poll.

The survey was conducted via telephone from 29 October to 25 November. The survey requested information from 9031 general election voters, 5072 of whom replied.

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